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lOcPERCOFY Firet in Service toHeaders THE ANTIOCHNEWS, . THURSDAYS-TONE 24, 1954 




Two-Year 
Draw 

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Clifford Smith Family Had 
Resided There But 

Two Week* 



flo Safe Fireworks — 

Say* Safety Engineer 



'• Not 'until 4 a bloodhound was used 
to track the course of little ^Beverly 
Smith, 2, was her body, found Sun- 
day evening In Cross lake where she 
had drowned In one foot of water. 
* .Clifford and Betty Smith," parents 
of the child, moved lathe lake two 
weeks ago from Wheeling,' 111, 

They reported ' her missing ' about 
8 p. m. and the' Kenosha County 
sheriffs police, the Twin Lakes 
Rescue' .squad; and Boy .Scouts 
' Emergency, squad of Kenosha coun 
ty, began the search.. 

Miss Lee Jewell, accompanied by 
Jeff, a trained bloodhound, "covered 
on area - approximately. 30 square 
yards around the home before the 
dog led her to an embankment "on 
.the Harold Hess property at the'lake 
shore. - ' ' - 

. Sheriff Marshal. Simonsen : went 
into the lake at that point and dis- 
covered >the child's body in one foot 
of waters ■. Efforts to revive, the 
child were , 'futile** ''"!'*■' 

The body was taken to the Strang 
Funeral home and later to the Scott 
Chapel, Evahston, for services and 
burial. . 



There? are no safe fireworks!' 
"Anything from caps to skyrock- 
ets Is potentially dangerous," ac- 
cording io Willis G.~Labes, assistant 
professor ; of fire protection and saf- 
ety .engineering at Illinois Institute 
of Technology, Chicago, . 
. , 'The peril of fireworks Is multi- 
plied 1 , many times'. when -Inexperi- 
enced persons, in a holiday mood, 
engage in the use of such materials,'' 
Labcs said, . . >• 

'Even sparklers,- which had been 
considered relatively safe' for chll 
dren,.have been known to set cloth- 
ing on fire arid cause blindness, he 



pointed out. 

For a ''safe and sane'V Fourth of 
July, Labes "suggested that people 
view. organized pyrotechnic displays 
operated by experts rather>than risk 
their lives with fireworks* 



Hickory Corner Area 
Again Petitions to 
Join Antioch School 

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More Signature* to' Petition 
Than 'First Presented 

To Co. Board 

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; The north, part of .the Hickory 
Corner School- district seems 'oV 
termlned to join the Antioch Grade 
School district; ' • : , 

■A' one-mile square: area 'first; peti- 
tioned the. Lake County, Begird* of b 
School * Trustees . "for withdrawal |?j 
. L from Dis trict • 27; and anncxa tlon ■ to 




Guest Trumpet Player 
Pleases Audience at 




Exercises on Friday 
ithodist Church 



First in Results to Advertisers VOLUME LXVUI./ . NUMBER 49 

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JULY 4.th, - Sparkling Hope "^ 



Crowds Increase, Girls Trio 

Also Adds to Program 

Tuesday Night 



Living up to all the advance pub- 
licity given hlnv.Roger Rlnildi, 17- 
•year-old V:TPark R Ridge musician 
thrilled the audience with his trum- 
pet j st Antioch:* public ;band J cout 
cert Tueedav - evening. 7 • • - •• 

Rinaldlgavt all the. appearance of 
a finished and accomplished musi- 
cian. His tenet, his interpretation 
of his selections, and his manner 
-were especially good. It could 
readily be seen why ha has won 
superior ratings .at all of the state 
music contests. 

Adding to the program were the 
vocal numbers of. the trio, Rosalie 
Morris, Nancy Swenson, and Donna 
Reidel, who were .accompanied at 
the piano by Wendy Midgley. . 

The band itself pleased the audi- 
ence with its rendition" of Dvorak's 
'!New World Symphony," • and se^ 
lections from "Kismet", 

The crowds continue to grow with 
each concert. Much of it Is how 
limited to those in parked cars be- 
cause there are no seats. Were 
there seats the attendance would be 
much larger., /., 

The next concert wlij be.Uv.two 
weeks. 



Much Interest Shown 
In Boxing Program of 
VT.W. Next Thursday 



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The boxing exhibition .scheduled 
for next Thursday, .July 1 at the 
high school gym under. the sponsor- 
ship of the .Veterans of Foreign 
Wars already has attracted -much 
attention from followers of the 
sport. 

- Much interest has been shown as 
to the outcome of the main bout be- 
tween George Panter and Bom Bom 
Willis. Panter tips the; scales at 
1M pounds and has an excellent rec- 
ord, having won 79 of htf 91- fights. 
He was fifth army champion, then 
ail-army champion %*d to top it off 
was Golden Glqyef champion in 
1953. 
He will ysap punches with the 
pr-JJthtiy hifvier Willis who has won 
IptjE*^ 63 ti & M& and won the 
Gloves ■ championship '.this 

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'The Lake County champion, 
Davis wilt try to put .the 
'Missouri State champ, Rudy Dow- 
ney, in his place in the fourth fight, 
.and in the sixth -bout; Herman | 
Gearin, Wisconsin state' middle- 
i weight champion will try to put 
away Jim Cage/., a 1954 . Golden 
*.. Gloves champ. 
. Oscar Sorensen will referee: 

One of Antioch V own wrestling 
stars, Billy. Goals, will be the' an- 
. nouncer. The committee considered 
itself lucky to get Goelt because he 
is a busy man with, his" program 
and training. 

The Antioch community band will 
be on hand to entertain before . and 
-between events.' .--, 
, , Tickets are going rapidly and , a 
«• ornwd ^sjMpected. .:. T 



Parents will bel :invited to the 
closing . exercises "* of * the Vacation 
Bible School at the Antioch' Metho- 
dist church at 7:30 p..m. tomorrow 
(Friday). 

• The program will .be , in .Wesley 
hall, and the seventh' rind eighth 
grade .girlsjwUl bake cookies for the 
event . and decorate the tables, act- 
ing., as hostesses. / 

The leaders of the school and 
their assistants Were: 

Primary opening leader— Mrs, 
Russell Barthel, with Mrs. Howard 
Benson, musician.' 
| Nursery leader No. "1 — Mrs." Ed 
Jahneke, assisted by Mrs. Ken- 
neth Palm, Diana Olson, and Mrs. 
Henry Ellis. 

. . Nursery leader No. " 2 — Mrs. Rus- 
sell Barthel, assisted by Mrs. Mer- 
rill. Corris and Mrs, Walter Tam- 
men. 

Kindergarten' leader—Mrs. Rus- 
sell. Homan, assisted* by Carol Fra- 
iler and Janet Rogers,; '■; 

First grade leader 1— Mis. Robert 
Wilton, assisted by Mrs. Charles 
Miller. ...'...-■ 

Ftfat. grade iaader 2— Mrs-Harry 
Arndt, and : Joyce Babor, assistant. 
Second., grade leader 1 — Mrs, Al- 
bert Dittman. assisted by Mrs. John 
Quinn and. Mrs. May hard Schneider. 
Second grade leader 2 — Mrs.' How- 
ard Benson, assisted by Sandra 
Tegelman. 

Third grade leader— Mrs. Louis 
Blel .* and: Mrs.. Cart Hedlund, as- 
sistant * ; 
.Junior' opening leader— Mrs. El- 
mer Hunter; junior musicians, Mrs, 
William; Hansen and Miss Mary 
Tiffany. 

Fourth Grade leader— Mrs. Milton 

Patrick, assisted by -Roberta Jach. 

. Fifth grade ' leader No. » 1— Mrs. 

Ben Burke, assisted. by Mrs. Joseph 

Nemec. f 

,'• Fifth grade leader No. 2— Mrs. C. 
L. Heath, assisted by Mrs. Edward 
Palinski. 

Sixth grade leader— Mrs. William 
Frey, assisted by Mrs; Paul Als 
house. 

Seventh and eighth grade lead 
crs — Mesdames VWarren Polley, and 
0.,W. : Turner. - 

Secretary— Mrs. L. V. Sltler, as 
sisted by Mrs. R. D. Williams. 

Substitutes— -Mrs. O.. L. Raether, 
Mrs. W. C.;Pettyi Mrs, M. C. Cain; 
and -Mrs. Robert Cary. 
. Patrol leader— Richard Holbek, 
with Jack Homan ; in charge of 
transportation and milk. 



the- Antioch consolidated district 
No, 34. This was granted; 

Then the District 27 , board ap- 
pealed the. decision, to the circuit 
court and on agreement of both 
sides, the case and matter In general 
wai^ dropped. 

'.'Last week, however,, the peti- 
tioners .with 7 a-* .few more names 
added, refiled with the county 
board. 

' The new petitions meant an add! 
tional $27,000 tax valuation for; a 
total: of $150,000 "and a total of 1^4' 
square miles withdrawal from 
■Dist. 27. 4 : 

Such' a .,; substantial withdrawal 
would, make, the one- room Hickory 
Corner school inoperative on the tax 
income and^.the. number of pupils'. "> 

The hearing on the petition. will 
be on July 6. Whether the board 
will repeat Its original decision .. is 
not known, .; 
..In another petition filed with the 
board, four families in Gurnee are 
seeking withdrawal from Spaulding 
district and incorporation' with the 
Gurnee district. The families live 
in the viUagei of Gurnee. 

Robert Wilton, .member of the 
county board, said he has. been 
notified, that a petition has /been 
filed by residents in the east edge 
of McHenry county along Rte. .173 
to join the Channel Lake School 
district. 




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More Than Half of 70-Year-old Motorists Fail 




Subdivision 
Grove 




Four-H 



Festival at Grayslalte 



The Annual Lake County Share 
the Fun Festival will be held We$ 
nesday night,; June 30, at the Grays* 
lake High school starting at, 8-p. m. 
Four-H Club members from many 
clubs in Lake county will .compete 
In ; -the various .'events.'- including 
vocal, instrumental, dance, \ and 
stunts presentations. There" is also 
a classification for Master -^of Cere 
monies. .Full, details regarding, the 
festival are 4 ' In* the hands of local 
club leaders and mem ben may con- 
tact them, for particulars, 
V There will be no admission charge 
to the Share The Fun Festival, and 
all : are 'invited to attend. 



Hugo Blelch who opened. 
Beach Grove Rd. subdivision .about 
eight years ago south of Antioch, is 
tearing down a large '.barn oh Rte. 
59 in preparation of erecting houses 
there. The foundation of the barn 
Will form the foundation of a house. 
.- Bleich has 35 • acres,, east' of the 
highway which he" is" preparing to 
subdivide into half acre lots and has 
another 20 acres which he will 
break: Up into, one u acre lots.. He 
already has sold fifty or more lots 
and already a number of houses 
have been built along the ■ Beach 
Grove Rd. highway, and on Rte. 59, 
. The land was formerly: known as 
the Hucker estate. 

Lake County Fair 

To Be at Wauconda 
July 29 to August 1 



..The 26th Lake County Fair and 
,4-H Club Show will; be held at 
Wauconda starting Thursday, July 
29,- and continuing through Sunday, 
August 1, according ; to. Ray T. ; Nich- 
olas, farm adviser. 
: The fair will be held at the Wau- 
conda Grade School grounds and 
in the grade school building at Wau- 
conda. Four days and nights filled 
with* exhibits,, entertainment, and 
special events have , been, planned, 
, Held in connection with! the Lake 
County Fair, is ; the County. 4-H Club 
Show, with more than 700 members 
exhibiting their many projects, in- 
cluding livestock, -gardens, flowers, 
poultry,' rabbits; forestry, wildlife 
conservation, ■ and others. The Home 
Economics members will exhibit 
projects pertaining to the home- 
making interests. 

. The Lake County, Fair is the all- 
Lake County exposition, explained 
Farm Adviser Nicholas. Everyone 
in the county is invited to attend 
and to make exhibiti. - 

"A complete catalog* listing all ex- 
hibit classifications will be sent free 
to anyone requesting it Send re- 
quests to L. A. Norhausen, Secre- 
tary, ■ Lake County Fair, Grays lake, 
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Lightning Damages 

ft Mary Xohler Residence, 

Bus Also Catches Fire 

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f Lightning idld slight, damage to 
the living room fixtures of the home 
of, Mrs.-. Mary, Kohler -of -"Depot st. 
^tiring the. rtorm at 4 . p." m; Satur- 
day.. " The 'bolt, .entered the house 
through an "electric, wire, 
| Firemen ^were called but were not 
needed, ■ . . , 

y They were' .assembled ;for.. their 
regular. - meeting "^Tuesday. ■, evening 
when they received a 'call to Rte. Zl 
and Grimm rd. south of the village 
where a brake drum of an Ameri- 
can Motbf Coach bus was afire. The 
blaze was; extinguished and the 
coach continued on its way north. 

Attend Fire Caiiege 
■',- Fu>e Ch^r/JGdgar. Simbhsen and 
fc|teWs<u^^tte«d^thc:-fJr col^ 
lege this week- at Champaign, 111. 

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Doug las KimJschy New 
District Executive of 
N;S."A. C. Boy ScouU 



Springfield, 111. — -Requiring an 
examination for motorists 70 years 
of age or older who .'apply for re- 
newal of their driver's licenses' is 
resulting in "thousands of motorists 
learning traffic law essentials* and 
fundamentals of good driving," 
Secretary of State- Charles F." Car* 
pentier said- today.. 

On their first try, more than half 
"of the overl7D 'groups fails to pass 
the examination, but on the second 
or third -try',", they pass the tests, 
Secretary Carpentier said.' Since 
most of the failures occur, in the 
sign . Identification and .practical 
driving ability sections .of the exam- 
ination, the results show improved 
driving practices, he said. :, 

^TTliis good Influence for traffic 
safety far outweighs the inconven- 
ience caused by the failures," Mr. 
Carpentier said. . . 

'; One of the persons who failed to 
pass the ' examination on -the first 
try was Secretary Carpehtler's 76- 
year-old' mother, Mrs, Louise Car- 
pentier. ■ A week later; oh 'her 'sec- 
ond try, she passed. 

New Type of Fennit Issued 

A new type 'of driver permit . is 

being developed for elderly people 

who are capable of driving a motor 

vehicle only under certain condl 



Tickets are going fast and a capa- 
city crowd is expected for the Lake 
County Republican Candidates' golf 
outing, theatre party, and dinner to 
beheld at the Chevy Chase Country 
Club Wednesday, July 28, it was 
announced today by- Pot Murphy, '; 
chairman r of the ticket committee, 

■ The golf outing is open to the pub- 
lic and is being conducted to give 
the GOP candidates in the Novem- 
ber election a chance to meet voters 
who. would not ordinarily. attend a 
political rally. . i»i 

All facilities- of the swank Mil- 
waukee, ave.. country club have been, 
taken over for" the day and golf 
will. start at On. m,, according to 
Dr. W. A.' Biron,' of Antioch, gen- 
eral chairman of the outing. 

In addition to golfing there will . 
be cards for. the lady guests, a 
matinee show in !the Chevy- Case 
Little Theatre,' dinner and enter- 
tainment. 

Tickets which, sell for $10 each 
hiclude golfing, the theatre and din- 
ner. 

Committee chairmen named by 
Dr. Biron are Mike: Reimers, enter- 
tainment; John Leonard), golf; Har- 
old Hapke, "prizes; registration, Rob- 
ert (Mickey) Babcox; Richard S* 
Finn and Mrs. Horace Vail, recep- 
tion committee; Jack. Seyfarth. pub- 
licity.' 

All committee members and can- 
didates have tickets for sale,[ 

.Invitations have been extended to 
Joseph Meek, the GOP ' candidate 
for U. S. senator, and other Repub- 
lican candidates. 



Franklin J. Olson, 56 




ikS^-SSHSf 1, ^T 1 Mecuii Tf tions, Secretary Carpentier skid 
of the North r Chore Area ««»«al. -This restricted' permit,, issuance of 
announced today the employment o! 
Douglas Kindschy , as district: execu 



tive, for the Skokie Valley District 
effective July.vl. 



"of the day and over certain ~pre- 
S? 1 ^ r 'f£2: '" *•*;■■• a , ..scribed routes, probably only in his 

m. tf KJnds^hy;has ; served.*forthe ^ e - conM nunity or on. little-used 

E^ f 5!^. ye ^i^_^?!"!iV^!l roads between communities. In 

most cases, it will not permit driv 



Executive': of the Nicolet Area 
Council at Green Bay, Wis. He -was 
a Boy Scout, attained Eagle rank 
and served as > a volunteer' on a 
troop committee and as a neighbor- 
hood commissioner. " He spent 'four 
years In the Merchant Marine and 
Navy in the Pacific area. He is a 
graduate of the Winona State Teach- 
ers. College of Winona, Minn.; is 
married and haa three children. ■'. 

Mr. Schwechel said **the employ- 
ment of Mr. KmEschy- will make 
possible the .direct field service . of 
a professional district executive .to 
each of the 'four districts in the 
council." The council will go into 
the fail season with a. full staff to 
give: leadership, to the .very; com- 
prehensive Sscouting program plan 
ned.for the coming year. 

Scaat Cssnp Opens 
> The twenty-fifth season' at Camp 
Ma-Ka-Ja-W*n, the , Boy - Scout 
camp operated by the North Shore 
Area council near Antigo. Wis., will 
open on June 24 (today) with, a 
capacity reservation: for; all four 
periods; A total of 975'scpuU have 
reserved space at the camp this sea* 
son -'which represents • a 40; per cent 
increase over the 1953 season. 



Franklin J. Olson, 56, of Channel 
Lake, ^died at 7:55 a. m. Sunday, 
j June 20, at Hines Veterans hospital. 
He had. 'been ^ in ill health £ifit,' 
months. - '. * f ' ,: ' — - i —- r 

Mr; "Olson r was born July 22,:* 
1898 in Cicero, Jll. He' made -his • 
home-here but in the last few years 
lived in. Arizona with ■ occasional : 
visits In" this community. He was' 
a member of the Antioch American 
Legion, received the' Purple Heart 
in Prance during World War I. 
-' Surviving are- his wife, Dorothy 
Dowkell Olson of • Channel Lake, 
two daughters, Dorothy and Mari- 
ana of Channel Lake; a son, Frank- 
lin, of Los Angeles;. and two broth- 
ers, William of Minneapolis, and 
Norman ■ of. "Xa, Salle, III. 

The funeral .service was held at 

l:30"p, m. yesterday at the. Strang" 

.Funeral . home .. with interment in 

Ing in heavy city or fast highway Wilmot. cemetery,-. The Antioch. 



which wlM start soon, will allow the 
Individual to' drive' at certain times 



win open st 7 p. 




Holbek in Waukegsn Hospital 
Capt. Herman Holbek of the Anti- 
och Rescue Squad and owner of the 
Ben Franklin store, Is < in Victory 
Memorial hospital, Waukegan this 
week ; for observation, : . He has been 
suffering from a stomach ailment. 
There ,was - no surgery as. reported 
in Waukegan, and he is merely ? in 
the hospital -for observation. -- ■ 



Attends Sorority Convention 
. Mist Betty, Jean McDougall , left 

on Wednesday for a trip to Victoria, 
Bxitiflh' Columbia, to attend . the 
Alpha Phi national convention. On 
where the return trip she will tour Yellow 

stone 



Pony League Team 
To PUy Wauconda 
At 3 p. ns. Sunday 



Chicago Bank Guard 



Dies at S 
In 1 




Home 
Wage 

of 3514 



,Lee G. Hammersbacl 
Irving Park Blvd., Chicago, a bank 
guard; : collapsed and died "Sunday 
afternoon while mowing. the lawn 
at his' home in Venetian Village, 
The. Antioch ..' Rescue': Squqd -f'was 
called but could. not' revive him.' '- 
1 .Born In Chicago, 'July '-- 20, 1 892, 
Mr. Ha'mmersbach served as a po- 
liceman until 'three year* ago when 
he retired. ' He leaves a son, Grover, 
a Chicago policeman. The funeral I 

was held yesterday in Chicago. 1 



' Antloch's Pony League team will 
be out - to avenge a defeat at the 
hands of Wauconda last Thursday 
when" ! it * meets *' > these southern 
neighbors at 3 p; m? Sunday at the 
Antioch Little League field.* 

Tke Antioch players thought they 
hadihe game at Wauconda all sewed 
up last, week when they scored six 
Tuns In the first inning and picked 
up three more before the seventh to 
give them a five-run lead as they 
went Into the last Inning. 
, Then the aky fell. ; 7 
. "Over-'ahxlousness resulted in er- 
rors which coupled! with- walks gave 
Wauconda. the, . game, in this \ inning. 
The winning run came as the result 
of a walk that forced a score across 
the plate. 

The Antioch players will go to 

- -1 Lake this evening for a twl- 

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traffic. 

-Secretary Carpentier said nation- 
wide experience has shown that a 
slowing? up of reilexes, physlcall 
disabilities arid sometimes inflexible 
driving habits' developed' Over a 
long period' make significant num- 
bers of persons .70, or older a poten- 
tial danger to themselves and others 
on the. highways. 

In 'one' five-week period,- begin- 
ning Hay If 2,690 of 4,410 applicants 
failed to pass the' examination.. The 
tests are for vision, ability to iden- 
tify traffic sighs and signals, knowl- 
edge of tfaf fie law, practical driving 
ability, and motor- vehicle inspec- 
tion. A score of 70 is required on 
each of the sections. . ■-'-., .- 

Most Know Safety Beanir-emeDta 
"The purpose of the examination 
is not to remove drivers from the 
road," Secretary Carpentier said. 
"It Is -to "assure ^that ' the motorist 
knows • the primary laws requisite 
for .'safe driving, and ' that he -'can 
meet minimum reasonable require* 
ments for safety." 

,. Some complaints have' been .re-; 
celveo' that questions in the traffic 
law tests sre "unreasonable," Mr. 
Carpentier said. He cited one con- 
cerning, a multiple choice question 
asking whether a motorist was re- 
quired to. switch on headlights: (1) 
30 minutes before sundown; (2) at 
sunset; or (3) an hour 'after sunset 
vAn 1 applicant answering <1) or 
(2) J"' instead of ., (3), the", correct 
answer, is graded incorrect even 
though the: error was on the side of 
safe : practice, the complaint said. 

Secretary Carpentier pointed out 
that 'such an incident would' not 
cause an applicant to be failed, 
unless he '- had missed - six;, other 
questions ' on the. exam, : No one Is 
failed' because he misses a : particu- 
lar question,' he pointed but . 
: Similar , examinations 'are .given 
in other populous states attempt- 
ing to maintain high driver, control 
standards, Secretary Carpentier 
said, 



American Legion 'post had charge 
of the graveside service. 



Furnish Transportation 
For Swimming Enrol lees 

Transportation will be burnished 
on Mondays ' and Wednesdays for 
Antioch Grade School Dist. • 34 
youngsters enrolled in the Red Cross 
Swimming. program at the Artemis 
pool, Round Lake. 

Those aged 10 and over, attending 
the 9 a. m. class wi!l leave by bus 
from the grade school at 8:30 a. m. 
Those aged' I and 9 in the 10 a. m. 
class will leave at 9:30 a. m,, and 
those, aged 7 ' and under attending 
the, 11 a, m. . class" will leave at 
10:30 aCm. ^ 

. Each .class will be of 40 minutes 
duration." Those attending the la. 
m. class will be back at. 10:20; those 
In the 10 a. m.. class will bq back 
at {1 1 j20;T and * those in the : 11 a, m, 
class back at 12:20 p. m. 





rt Honoring Mrs, Ida Osmond and - 
Mrs.; Mary Runyard ' who' have, been 
members': of - the Lakeside Rebekah 
lodge No. 82 for '■ 50 years, , : that % 
lodge^, entertained elective officers 
of District 3 Wednesday, June 16. 

Mrs, Runyard was presented by: 
her : sister, Mrs. • Jessie Runyard, and. 
was given a corsage by the Noble 
Grand, Mrs, Zella Larson. Mrs. 
Osmond "was unable ■-. is be i present; 
on account of the intense heat - 



The Antioch Lions Out 
onday evening at 
ohickan dinnar will ■ 



National Motorcycle >, 

Races at WUmotHUU 



i : Motorcycle • racers from: .many" i 
parts pf the Uni ted States will com- 
pete ' for national ' honors Sunday at 
the ~Wilmot.Hiua "course. 

The time trials wiU start at 10' 
a . m/ (CST) , and racing will start 
at 1 p. m. (CST). : / • - 

The race ii an A M, A, sancUoaad 
time and winners will, 
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THE ANTIOCH NEWS, ANTlOCHj ILLINOIS 



T aiTPgnAY. .TUNE 24. 1954 



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Antloch,' lUlHotiv-.Ui.tlci 1 Act of March 3, 1B79 



THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1954 



Are You a Heel at the Wheel? 

The National Safety Council, which Is coordinat- 
ing a nationwide Fourth of July safety campaign, 
holds up six mirrors. • If you can see yourself in any 
' of them, then be prepared lo become & holiday sta- 
tistic. ; 

THE ME-FIRSTER^this is the selfish competitive 
character who must be first away from the traffic 
light, can't stand to have anyone pass him, and risks 
the life of anyone who gets in his way. 

THE BIG I— this is the fellow who b too big for 
the rules. Others can obey the law and a, code of 
•decent and courteous behavior, but not this self- 
inflated big shot. He's above all that. 

THE KNOW-IT-ALL— this driver is good, In his 
own estimation. He knows just what the other, driver 
Is going to do, just how fast he can stop, just how 
much room he needs to cut in on another car."* But 
the only way .this over-confident jerk escapes dis- 
illusionment is that the really good driversgive htm a 
wide berth. 

THE SWASHBUCKLER— this fellow thinks he 
expresses his masculinity or something by living dan- 
gerously behind the wheel. He believes that he who 
hesitates is lost, and, that his' luck will hold forever. 

THE SOREHEAD— this fellow is just plain hostile, 
He drives with a chip on his shoulder and is ready to 
lock fenders for any real or imagined wrong. He's 
sore at everyone, and very brave while surrounded by 
a steel automobile with the windows rolled up. 

THE SHOW-OFF— this Is the exhibitionist. He's 
graduated from no hands on a bike to no sense at the 
wheel. He just wants people to admire his flashy 
performance, but most other drivers are too busy 
getting out of his way. 

Take a good, long look at yourself in one of these 
■mirrors, .See anything? 

A heel at the wheel gets by because the good 
drivers give him the margin of safety he fails to give 
himself. But the heavy Fourth of July traffic will 
reduce that margin. Watch it! 

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Warping the Intent of Congress 
Public power zealots in key positions misinter- 
preted the intent of Congress, as expressed in the 
Flood Control Act of 1944, in order to foster govern- 
ment development at the expense of private enter- 



prise. 



That, in effect, is the opinion of a recognized au- 



thority—A. J. G. Priest, Professor of Law at the Uni- 
versity of Virginia. 

The Act In question contains the much debated 
clause providing that preference in the sale of federal 
power Is to be given to public bodies and cooperatives. 
But It also says that the power shall be disposed of 
"In such manner as to encourage the most wide- 
spread use thereof at the lowest possible rates to con- 
sumers consistent with sound business principles." 
It further states that power is to be made available on 
fair terms not only to public bodies, but to privately 
owned companies. 

Apparently the Influential public-power .group 
seized, happily onto the preference clause to the' ex- 
clusion of other stipulations, • Mr. Priest cites a 1945 
order by th*e then, Secretary of the Interior which can 
be construed as saying: "Do everything you can to 
convert Investor-owned, tax- paying utility property 
into Government-owned, tax-eating utility property." 
That was plainly the policy for many years. 

The proper step now is to get rid of the preference 
clause and all other unfair "class" clauses and statutes. 
As the Nellgh, Nebraska, Leader, said succinctly: "No 
U. S. citizen should be discriminated against in the 
sale of federal hydro powor." 

Th* Key Word 

A- business leader said this the other day: "We 
need more frank and basic discussion in defense of 
private capitalism— not In terms of bath-tubs and 
washing machines, but In terms of sound fundamen- 
tals." If that can be achieved on a big enough scale, 
he continued, civic meetings and social gatherings "no 
longer would be ready-made platforms for the pro- 
mulgation of .ideas - and theories alien to human 
liberty." 

The material fruits of the capitalistic system— the 
bathtubs and washing machines and everything else- 
are enormously important. They mean that our living 
standards are the envy of the world. But those fruits 
are the result of something still more important, 
which can be described in the single word freedom. 
The implications of that word need discussion and 
understanding. 

So This Is Slavery! 

The very substantial increases in wages that have 
taken place in the postwar era are not the limit o( 
labor's gains. 

Preliminary reports from a Chamber of Com- 
merce of the United States survey indicate that fringe 
benefit costs — employer payments for social security, 
pensions, vacations and other purposes— amounted to 
S735 per employe in 1953. The figure is $35 higher 
than that obtained in a similar survey, covering the 
identical firms, made two years ago. 

This, it might be "pointed out, has occurred while, 
the Taft-Hartley law, which Union leaders still monot- 
onously call n slave-labor act, was in effect. Some 
slavery! . 



cation trip to the western slates. 
They expect to goto Salt Lake City 
Utah, and. the Yellowstone National 
Park and the Black Hills In Da. 
kota. ■ - . 

Mr, and Mrs, Warren Welch and 
two daughters from Madison, Wis., 
spent the week end at the Will 
Welch home. 

Mr. and Mrs. William Hallada 
and two children from Port Wash- 
ington, Wis./ spent 'Sunday at the 
H. A Tillotson home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fox and chil- 
dren called on Mrs. Alma Loubert 
at Zton Friday evening. Mrs, Lou- 
bert has recently returned from a 
visit to Florida. 

Mrs. Charles Fcare and son, Don- 
ald, of Chicago called on Mrs. Oscar 
Finkel Monday afternoon, June 21. 
Mr. and "Mrs. Emest Wells of 
Grand Ave. visited the Gordon 
Wells family Sunday afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. WtU Thompson, Mrs. 
Wilbur Hunter, Mrs. Dorothy -Van 
Patten and John and Judith visited 
Mrs. G. A. Lange' arid children at 
their home near Hebron Wednesday 
afternoon, June 16. 

Air. and Mrs. Curtis Wells, Mr. 
and Mrs. Richard Wells and daugh- 
ter called on Spencer Welts at Tre- 
vor on Sunday afternoon. 

Mrs. Chris Paulsen visited her 
daughter, Mrs. Wilson King and 
family ''a few days of_ last . week. 
returning to her home In White* 
water on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 
Wilson King entertained the follow- 
ing relatives for dinner on Sunday 
in honor of Father's Day, Mr. and 
Mrs. James Dorsey and daughters 
from Waukegan, Mr. and Mrs. Chris 
Paulsen and Mr. and Mrs, Les 
Fitzgerald and children from White- 
water, wis, 

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Fox and chil- 
dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Elsworth 
Fox at Bristol Sunday. 

The sons (except Howard) and 
daughters of the Curtis Wells fam- 
ily, and their families spent Sun- 
day evening at the Curtis Wells 
home. 

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wells and 
family of Joliet visited the Curtis 
Wells home on Tuesday. 

Sunday supper guests at D. Van 
Patten home were Mr. and Mrs. 
Wilbur Hunter and Jerry and Mr. 
and Mrs. William Gerber and chil- 
dren. 



LOREN D. SEXAUER 

REALTOR 



Sound 



REAL ESTATE 

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INSURANCE 

Antloch, 111. 



Service 

Antloch 511 



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Sand - Gravel - Stone - llack Dirt - Humui - Pea! 

Leo J. Fox 

TRUCKING AND EXCAVATING 

Antioch 45 

Dredging - Ditching - Crane Service - Trenching 

lotemtnr Digging — open and under houie 

Rubhiih Removal 



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HICKORY 



Wayne Finkel attended the Blom- 
gren-Holt wedding, Saturday eve- 
ning in Christ Church, Waukegan. 

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Edwards and 
daughter, Miss Doris, attended the 



wedding of a niece in the Methodist 
church in Kenosha Saturday eve- 
ning. 

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Tillotson were 
dinner guests at the S. W. Ames 
home in Gurnee on Wednesday. 

Mrs. Curtis Wells and Mrs. An- 
drew Magicra attended the wedding 



of Miss Sue Abbs at York House 
church Saturday afternoon. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wells, .and 
daughter called on Mr. and Mrs. 
Paul McLeayca and their' new son 
at Waukegan Wednesday evening. 

Everett and John Wel!s left 
Thursday morning on an auto va^ 



SALESMAN 

If you can sell automobiles 
a top bracket Income Is yours. 

. See Us Today 

Mr. Itltlenliouse 
ZION NASH SALES . 

Zlon. 111. 




Hens go into production on 
only 10 lbs. of Doughboy \ 
CHICK GROW-R- JETS 

G ive your young birds a fast a tart with Doughboy f 
Chick Start-R-Jets, Then get 'em in the laying 
house early on as little as 10 lbs. of Doughboy 
Chick Grow-R-Jets with FBG and 7 pounds of 
home grains. For extra eggs, extra profits, put 
your birds on Doughboy today I 



Doughboy 




from us 

Antioch Milling Co. 



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ANTIOCH' ILL 








CUftOMMOm Twln-Turbin. Dyncflow and SoUty Po-.r SlMrino Q i. .land, 
ard equipment an •»»ry Buick Ro*0«UITII at no aitta mil. 



It makes you feel like the man you are 



YOU must know, of course, that a fine 
car is more than merely a means of 
fine travel. 

It is, as the psychologists tell us, an exten- 
si on of a man's own personality. 

It reflects what you feel, what you like, 
what you are. 

So we ask you to take the wheel of a Buick 
Roadmaster like the one shown here - 
for it is, we have found, the automobile 
chosen more and more by those who arc 
definitely moving ahead in the world. 

You will find it a car that fairly breathes 
success. 



From its size and its breadth and the mag- 
nificent modernity of its styling, you know 
it is a car of custom stature— and so does 
the watching world. 

The wondrous windshield is a pride in 
itself. You don't just see the view -you 
command it. 

I ou will find it, too, a car of luxurious 
obedience. 

From the moment you ease your toot 
down on the pedal, you take immediate 
mastery of the road and of distance. 

And you know it - in the silken whip of 



Twin-Turbine Dynaflow, the might of 
Buick's greatest horsepower, the magic 
cushioning of coil springs on all four 
wheels, the exhilarating ease of Safety 
Power Steering at your hand. 

But with all this, you buy with prudence 
when you buy a Roadmaster. 

i 

For -though it is, and looks, custom pro- 
duction -i/ sells for the lowest price-per- 
pound in the fine-car field. And so wise an 
investment makes you feel even more like 
the man you are. 

Drop in, or phone us this week, and we'll 
gladly arrange a demonstration. 



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Lateit figurei for iho fint four month* of 
195A ihow Buick now out wiling every other 
cor In America except two of iht jo-cotled 
"low.priee three." Better look in to Butck f r* you 
want the beauty and the buy of the year. 



Roadmaster 



Custom BuUf byBZJICK 



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Route 12 



LAKELAND BUICK 

Phone Fox Lake 7-2771 



Fox Lake, Illinois 



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iPinehurtt Hornet, Inc. 
South Route U. S. 12 
Offert New Retidencet 



a month for veterans and non-vet- 
erans who qualify; 

• Raymond G, Michael, president 
.of Plnehurst Homes; Inc., in a recent 
_,'.,' ■ ..l~ ""'_• ' .. ..talk attended by" George Stanazck, 
Plnehurst ;Homes, Inc., South U,t v t ce . DroI i dcnt . and Hal W- Kabus. 







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iS. -Highway 12, Fox Lake, 111., ore 
.offering for , the. first time In -the 
Chain O' Lakes Region, an outstand- 
ing group of quality- built, goonomi- 
cfi-»!-homfl , s^. These contcmj*rary 
architecturally designed homes' .have 
been consumer- tested' for years and 
meet the needs of .families requir- 
ing: three or more .bedrooms', Al- 
ready -four' moder'homes' are .under 
construction in the Fox Lnke^area. 
* The* low coat' down- and monthly 
payments, together with the numer- 

>.-tous. special features in these -homes 

> make the word "fantastic" take on 
greater meaning,. For example; 

, such quality firsts as Twlndow and 
Thermopane windows; heated batfW 
tubs, perimeter heating, disappear 
ing stairways, industrial roof, built 



; vice-president, and Hal W,-. Kabus, 
general'' sales" manager, \ stressed the 
point that these ore not, prefab or 
shelf type homes, but are custom 
built. quality: hofnos, built on the 
location chosen, within the vast ex- 
clusive territory assigned, to Plne- 
hurst Homes, Ind' During the mecU 
ing it was estimated conservatively 
■that -after the first public showing, 
a minimum of GOO of these homes 
will be built In well planned sub- 
divisions and on owner's lots 
throughout, the ' community, 

'Completes 'Basle Training 



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»■' A3 /a 'Dennis Swanson spent the 
week end with his parents, , Mr. and 
Mrs. Hugo Swanson -of Channel 
In screens^-these-arc iust a few, of. Lake.' He completed his basic traln- 
the features, found in these stand- lng at Sampson' Air Field in New. 
ard built construction homes: and York, and is now stationed at Chan- 
the payments are as low as $43.07 ute FJeld, 111. - - ■ 



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refrigerator to own I Autorna lie defrott and 
automatic m'u ode fct maker are futf two 
of tt.owMvoi do luxe features found hi 
the all-porpOM Serve! GAS REFRIGERATOR. 
1 Ana, Servel give* you the longest warranty. 
A full 10-year guarantee on the sUent, NO 
MOVING PARTS freezing system. 

. Sao your Soryai doalar, or 



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When, you can't conveniently gel here 
yourself before the end of banking hours, 
can still make your deposits — via 
postoffice. Ask us for details about 
our convenient banking-bu^mdU service. 



STATE BANK OF ANII 

AjmOCH.'ULINOW 
Member Federet Deeoilt (nturence Corp, 



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CESSPOOLS 

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• DESTROYS ROOTS 
•DISSOLVES GREASE, 

• CONTAINS CHLOROPHYLL 



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K1U-A ^AVfc>. puMp|NG _ DlGG1NG 




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ANTIOCH 

BR. 4V COAL CO., Iric 

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ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 
Phone Antloch 15 it 16 






LAKE VILLA 
LBR. & COAL CO. 

Phone Lake Villa 6-2431 
LAKE VILLA, ILLINOIS 




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STREET 

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SERVICE 



GORDON A. VOLL1NG, PROP. 
Phone 642 

Antloch, Illinois 

(Formerly on Rtc. 173) 



WIRING 1 

BOUSE — FARM 
STORE — FACTORY 



MOTORS ' 
REPAIRED - REWOUND 



LOANER MOTORS WHILE. WE REPAIR YOURS 




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HOUS 




SAT. and SUN., JUNE 26 and 27 

FAVORS FOR THE CHILDREN — HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES FOR ADULTS 

THE HOMES YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR ' 

PINEHURST HOMES, Inc. 

Tin Chain O' Lake* lorgott builder of quality constructed hornet Ii proud to offer the newest in contemDorory •rcnttoc- 
turol design in complete home bulft on your paid up lot, or in our own beautiful Hifldale Manor Community, an Scenic 
Red Head LoVe in the heart of the toke» Region. 

SCHOOLS I CHURCHES - TRANSPORTATION - SHOPPING CENTER 

OUTDOOR SPORTS 



FEATURING Fof *• w '* t tim# iB Ult * Count * our two eftm 



AND THE 





INCLUDING: 




THE CORVETTE 



• PERIMETER HEATING 

• FULLY INSULATED 
THROUGHOUT 

• EASY TO HEAT -WITH 
GAS OR OIL 

• IIRCH FLUSH MODERN 
FOLD t RATOX FOLD- 
BOORS 

SOLID RRASS CORIII 
HARDWARE 

• HEATED -iATHTUI 

• ENGINEERED OR STAN- 
' DARD CHIMNEY 



» YOUR CHOICE OF MANY OUTSTANDING KITCHEN* APPLIANCES MAY IE INCLUDED IN THE FINANCING 

These Homes Are Complete - Standard Const. - Carpenter Bui 

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On the Site - NoliA Pre-Fab Or Shell 



or conten«Snel[l 



our Paid Up Lot As ©own Pa 



0% down, up to 30 year* to pay— law monthly paymantt 
principal and Intarett. ~* Na money, dawn on your paid-up tot, If you qualify. 



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HILLDALE MANOR 




Tne direcUow below will Uke yea to leoauivj. rwnn. umoJe^M^r on RodLBeed Leke. Heir joo wUl find toe Ceetary, toe 
model borne desined for your funlly'i eoieyment W«tch lor Uw.9wlr« Peaee. ;,-.-. «^i„ JBt ~^.. ...^ 
mhV^MMoTuJ punned I lor tpecleui eobbrben IMng wlto no si to lent tkuTI feet wide. Red Seed Lebe w * ibel tered Ube end 
b known to? IU exceUent fimoTtoblni es well *s for olber rporto, from IU frtvOe perk end beech you neve direct eccem to toi 
entire Cbeto o" Lekee with IU «tWtcre* of wmler end hanaredi of milee of aboreiine. 
Stt?, flUUele M«er will open yoer eyee with lie megniflcent view end bewty e» yen look o^er mile, end mile, of 




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DRIVE WIST ON GRAND AVI. (ROUTE 13a> ta^U. S£f 
TWO MILIS. WATCH FOR THE 'fHILLDALl MANOR, 



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SOUTH (LEFT) AND CONTINUE AtOUT 
HEWEST SIDE OF THE HIGHWAY. 



THESE FIRMS HAVE CONTRIBUTED GREATL 
ANDCENTURY: 



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Combination 



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THE ANTIQCH flEWS, ANTTOPg, WJNQfS 



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WANTED— Used pian<v either up- 
right or spinet Call 1042, ask for 
■ Mr.-'Marek, 

, WANTED— Man to drive school bus 
and 'do janitor work. Apply at 
Antloch Grade School. , (4Bt(n) 



FOR SALE— Refrigerator and com- 
bination bottle' gas and coal 'kitchen 
range, $75 or best offer. George 
Thornhlll, Klondike Point, Grass 
\ Lake. 



"CASH IN 54 

You can own a 

Fabulous Zig-Zag 

Sewing Machine 

• \ EARN EXTRA MONEY 

* WEAR BEAUTIFUL- ,CLOTHES 

On our Exclusive 

• PARTY PLAN 

For Details Write Dept. 9 

Box 172, Harrington, III 



. OEMS OF THOUGHT 

Usefulness ; . 

The useful and the beautiful are 

never separated, — iPerlander 

.Doing good is the only certainly 

happy action of a man's life. 

—Sir Philip Sidney 

It Is good for us to think that no 

grace or blessing Is truly ours tilt wo 

are aware that .God has blessed 

someone, else with It through us. 

—Phillips Brooks 

, Benevolent feeling ennobles the 

most trifling actions. —Thackeray 

Usefulness is "doing rightly by 

yourself and others. 

—Mary Baker Eddy 
Amid life's quests, there seems 
but worthy one, to do men good. 
, —Gamaliel Bailey 



WOMEN WANTED— Several girls 
to mail postcards every week. Work 
borne spare time. Box Nine, Water- 
town, Mass. (49-52) 






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The PASADENA 
GARDENS 

At Cross Lake, Wisconsin 
% mile north of Antloch, 111. 

SATURDAY NIGHT IS 
THE Bid NIGHT 

AT, 

The Pasadena 
Gardens 

DANCING 

EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT 

THE ARMOND ROSSI 
TRIO 

Join us in welcoming the 
1954 Dancing Season 



Ctttiewsih 

Sunday Is bath day far donkeys, 
foati, and othef animals on Bir* 
Qtdot, easternmost of Weft Indict 
UUodi. CsWewiih. a Tillage on the 
Barbados eoait. owes lu name to 
Usa act the word brpltea. 



OPENS 



7:U fit, TIME 
6:30 C. S. T. 

HY-32 



,NOW! J*"* 

Mow. ■— 

in CINEMASCOPE 

and Technicolor 

"Beneath 

The 12 Mile 

Reef" 

with 

Robert Wagner 

Terry Moore 

— plus! — 

Van Johnson 
In 

'THE SIEGE AT 
RED RIVER" 

in Technicolor 



TUES., W£D. 

"BUCK NITES" 

"War Paint" 

"I, The Jury" 



Mab your horns 




WEEk-END 
/N CARPENTERS HAVE FUN 
and SAVE MONEY TOO ! 



There are many, many hobbies , . . but what could give 
you greater satisfaction than to make your home your 
hobby? . . . There's real fun and profit in doing the many 
jobs that "handy" folks can do, 
SEE US FOR IDEAS, MATERIALS, ASSISTANCE. 



inouMin 





SHELVING 



Every home has need of ex- 
tra helt space and it Is a 
jab that requires only ham* 
mcr and saw. Shelving con 
be made decorative* too. 
Shelving lumbar 

1 x 12 - 20c per ft, 



INSULATING 



Here's a job anyone can do, 
and ft will odd to the cam- 
fart of the entire family, 
your ottic with 
apply blanket in- 



Insulate 
easy to 
sulation 



$4.25 per roll 





CEILING TILE 

Fine, standard brand, In- 
sulating ceiling tile that 
beautifies and insulates. 
Easily installed. Now only 
ll'/ic per sq. ft. 



PICKET FENCE 



A well pointed picket fence 
odds real charm lo your 
property, and serves use- 
ful purpose too. Easily built 
with pickets ready for use. 

Pickets - 20c each 



OTHER NEEDS... 



ASIiESTOS SIDING 
PICTURE WINDOWS 
JALOUSIE WINDOWS 
CONCRETE MIX 



STEPLADDERS 
PAINT BRUSHES 
CEDAR CLOSET LINING 
FLOORINGS 



Low cost F, II.. A. Financing, take up to 36 months 
to pay, In convenient installments 

mmmuB ra mtt unman 




LUMBER h COAL CD. 1HE.I 

TELEPHONES: AHTIOCH 15&U 



Curd of Thank* • 

We wlih to thank our friends and 
neighbors for their kindness and 
thoughtfulneis during our recent 
bereavement, 

* Mrs, Ralph il Compton 
Gene Compton 
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kaptaln 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Lonergon 



When Xou Eat Oiit 
Cone To The 

Antloch Restaurant 
for ml aajoyneat 

Catering to regular meela 
in a wide variety. Alao 
Sandwichet of all kinds 
at popular price* 




Antloch Launderette 

Self Service Laundry 



Vx block east of Pitt . 21 
on Rte. 173 



Antloch, HI. 



Phono 891 



WET WASH 

Fluff Dry 

DROP Off SERVICE 

FLAT WORK 



Card of Thanks 

• 1 wish to thank my many friends 
who rcmemberedvme with lovely 




cards and flower* during m/.fW 
In the hospital. ^ -, $^ 




GENERAL TRUCKING 
' MOVING 

GARBAGE REMOVAL 

Front End Loodino Work 

Trucking of All Kinds 

Garden Tiowlni and Preparing 

M. CUNNINGHAM 

CARTAGE 

Prompt Sertleo Afi^^M": 
Phone 411 *U *•** AT «* 




MOTOR 
SERVICE 

•Daily Service from. 
Antioch to Chicago 

PHONE v LIBERTYVI".B MS? 

Tel. Cliff side 4-1127 



It's never too early- It's never top Jate 

to BANK BY MAIL 

' ... .and the only.coif ii poitaae on an envelop* 
enclosing your deposit and depoiil form. (Co«*i 
should be ien^by regiJlereo' mall, of course J So, 
next lime you're ihorf of time, visit us by moil I : 

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THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK 

ArUiacta. IIL. 

Don't forget to use our drive-up window, located on 
Lake street. A special 5-minute parking zone for cus- 
tomers of the drive-up window only, has been provided 
for your convenience. 

"T'/ie Friendly Bank on the Corner* 



and you'll get a 




FORD WINS ON ENGINES 


FORD 


Only V-4 In tit Held 


CARC 


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CARP 


Outmoded Sim only 

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Fotd'i new Y-block V-8 is the most modem 
engine In the industry! And It's the only V-8 in 
thi low-price Meld! It has daep-block, low- 
1 fiction design for smooth, in-saving "GO." 



FORD WINS ON RIDE 


FORD 


Only Ford hoi 
now ioll -Joint Suepantlon 


CARC 


OleMoehlenod kingpin 
type 


CARP 


Oid-fathionad kingpin 
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This edvanced new suspension nukes ill hm - 
dlfft i eisier ... ill riding smoother. The nugfc'i 
In the seeled Bill-Joints which replica' okf- 
lashioned kingpins and hinge-like joints. 



FORD 


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ADJUDICATION 

DAY NOTICE 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to 
all persons that the first Monday 
ot August, 1954, is. the claim date 
in the* estate of Mary Jane Fields, 
Deceased pending- In the Probate 
Court of Lake, County, Illinois, .and 
that claims may be filed againat the 
said estate'' on or .before - said , date 
without Issuance of summons. All 
claims filed againat said estate on 
or before said date and « hot contest- 
ed, will be adjudicated on the first 
Tuesday after. the' firsi Monday, of 
the " next succeeding . - month*" at 10 
\ft; M. RALPH" W: FIELDS, 

Administrator 
-Ted . C. Larson, Attorney 
Antioch, 111, ; (June 17, 24, July 1) 

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 
a petition was filed with the under- 
signed on June 12,' 1954, '.praying 
that the following ■ described 'terri- 
tory be detached from the Common 
Elementary School District No, 9, 
Lake and McHenry/ Counties, Illi- 
nois, and annexed to Common Ele* 
mentary School District - No. 33, 
Lake County, Illinois: 

All fractional Section" 4 and ail 
fractional Section 9, and all 'that 
part of fractional Section 3, and all 
that part of Section 10, .lying. west 
of Fox River, all. In Township 46 
North, Range 9, East of the Third 
Principal Meridian, In Lake) Coun- 
ty, Illinois. 

NOnCE.ISHEREBY GIVEN that 
a hearing will be held upon said 
petition -on Tuesday evening,, July 
0, 1S54, at 8:00 p, mi,-' Central Day 
flight Saving Time, Circuit, Court 
Room, Court House, Waiikegan, Illi- 
nois. 

Dated this 14th day of June, 1954. 

(Signed) W. C. PETTY 

Secretary, County Board of .School 

Trustees of Lake County, Illinois 

Si . (June 17-Zf-July 1, 1954) 




THE AflTttfck NEWS/ ANTIOCH, MJNOI3 



LAKELAND BAPTIST CHUftCH 

: Rev. : John Barbee, Pastor 
Meetings in Recreation Building at 
Central Baptist Children's Home 
' Lake Villa 
Sunday School — 10:00 A. M: • ' 
Worship Services— 11:00 A. M." 
Wednesday Prayer Service— P. M. 

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TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN 
CHURCH OF LONG LAKE 

MyfonHoff, Pastor 
Tel. Round Lake 6-1690 
Sunday School — 9:30 A.' M. ■ 
Morning Worship— 11:00 A. M. 

PEACE EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 

R. P.' Otto, Pastor 
WiImot t Wis.,: 
8:30 A. M,, CST— Sunday School 
10:3© A. M„ CST— Worship Service 
i We preach the ' crucified .and risen 
Christ-; 







Regular activities of Christian fel- THE CHURCH OF ST. IGNATIUS 
lowshlp for different; age and In- [■ , OF ANTIOCH 
terest groups are an ongoing 'part of 
the church life. For information 
please* phone Antioch 772, ' "■ ^ ';,■'< \ 



FAITH EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH 

-Antioch, Illinois 
R, P. Otto, Pastor 
Phone Wllmot 72-R , 
Worship end Sunday School are 
conducted In the Legion Hall on 
Ida Avenue. . 

Sunday Worship— 9:00 A. M. 

Sunday School— 10:00 A, M. -. 

\ Visitors always welcome. ■ 



ADJUDICATION AND CLAIM 
DAY NOTICE 

NOTICE -IS. HEREBY GIVEN to 
'all persons that the first Monday ot 
August, 19S4, is the new claim date 
Jn the estate of MATILDA PRE- 
GENZER, . Deceased, pending - in the 
Probate Court of Lake 'County, Illi- 
nois, and that further, claims may 
be filed against the said estate on 
or before said date" without issu- 
ance of summons. All claims .filed 
a gainst* said estate 'on or before said 
date' and not contested, will be ad- 
judicated on the first Tuesday after 
the first Monday of the next suc- 
ceeding month at 10.A. M. , 

~ WILLIAM E. BROOK, 

Administrator de bonis non 

with the will 'annexed. 

Hunyard and ' Behanna, Attorneys 

(June 17-24-July 1, 1954) 



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STATE OF 'ILLINOIS) 

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COUNTY OF LAKE ) 

IN THE' CIRCUIT COURT 

LAKE" COUNTY: ' 

In the matter of the Petition of ) 

. Robert F. Durlek, for Change) 

■ ot Name to Robert F, Duben) 

Public notice' is hereby given 
that the petitioner Robert F. Dur 
lak, an adult person will appear on 
the 2nd day of August 1954 being 
the return* day in the Circuit Court 
of Lake County, 'Illinois,- and /file 
his petition for change of name from 
. Robert F. Durlak -to Robert. F. 
Duben pursuant** to the Statute in 
such cases,- made and provided. 
(Signed) . ROBERT jF.DURLXK 
Clinton : ,p."Thompson.. : 
Attorney., for Petitioner 
Antioch,' Illinois 
Telephone' Antioch 39, 

(June 17-24-July 1, 1954) 



ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH 

Renehan Road, Round Lake, Illinois 
' (Missouri Synod) 
Herman' C, Noll,' Pastor 
Bible School-^ A. M. 
Worship Service— 10:15 A. M. 
'We Preach -Christ Crucified" 



COMMUNITY METHODIST 
CHURCH 

Lake Villa, Illinois. 

Rev. Kenneth Plummer, Pastor 
Saturday 10:00 A. M, — Cherub 

* Choir Rehearsal'. 
Sunday:' 
: 9:45 A, M.— Church School ' 

11:00 A, M.— Morning Worship 
. 6:00 P. M.^JunidY Hi Fellowship 

7:00 P., M.— Hf-School Fellowship 
Monday— 7:00 P^ M.— Senior Choir 

. Rehearsal.' 
Tuesday— 3:30 P. M^-Junior Choir 

Rehearsal. - 
Wednesday— 12:30 P. . MAWcmsri's 
Society of Christian Service, t 



ST. PETER'S CATHOLIC CHURCH 

^.Antioch, 111.— Tel. 274 
Rev. Aldred Henderson, Pastor . 
Fr.-- Francis" Johnson, Asst Pastor 
Sunday Masses: 6-8-10-11-12 A, M. 
Weekday Masses— 8:00 A.MJ 
Catechism Cass for Children — Sat- 
urday moornlng at 10 o'clock, 
Confessions — Saturday afternoons 
' and evenings from 4 until 5:45 
, and from 7:30 until 9 o'clock. . 

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 

955 Victoria .Street,. Antioch, 1)1. 
Sunday School— 9:30 A, M. 
Sunday Morning Service— 11. A. M.* 
Wednesday Evening' Service— £:00f 

A reading 'room is maintained at 
the. above address and is open Wed-, 
nesday from 2 to'4 and 7 to 8; and 
an Saturday, 2 to 4.' 



The Rev, Edmond E. Hood 
Sundays; 
U:00 A. M,— Holy Eucharist 
10:00 A. Mr-Church School 
11:00 A. M,— Holy Eucharist First 
and TTiird 

Morning -Prayer, Sec- 
ond and Fourth 
Week Days: 
Wednesdays 7:00 A. M. — Holy Eu- 
charist " - - ' . " 
Fridays 9:00 A. .M^-Holy Eucharist 
Holy Days .7:00 A. M^-Holy Euchar- 

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Rev. L. H. Messersmith, Pastor 
Sunday School— 10:00 A. M. 
Church Service— 11:00 A. M. 
Pilgrim Fellowship— 8:00 P. M. 

THE METHODIST CHURCH 

Rev. Howard' C, Benson, Minister 

Sunday Services: . . 
Church School— 9:30 A, M. 
i; Classes range from four year 
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To the qualified electors of Jt 
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NOTICE OFiPUBUC HEARING 

NOTICE ISHERKBY GIVEN that 
• petition wis filed with the under- 
signed oi'Juhftj ?18,*XlSM,vPrpyu)g 
~^Mb^LLifat7following described terri- 
tnv^ilMi'' detached from Common 
Eatttentary School District No. 27 
I annexed to Community Con 
^Jdated ■.' (Grade) School ' District 
Mo. 94, Lake County. I)UnoU: 

AH fractional Section 3 and all 
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part of Section 12, lying East of 
Highway \ Rotite 4ft and North of 
Patch road (also known as Edwards 
Road), vtll ■ in -^owianip: 40 North*, 
Range 10, East of thft 9rd ■ principal 
Meridian, in Lake County, Illinois. 

NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIk^EN that 
■ hearing will be held upon said 
petition on Tuesday Evening, 3 uly 
9, lM4,';it'8:0Op..m., Central Day- 
light Saving Time, : Circuit, Court 
Room,? Court House, Waukegan, 
IlllnoU. ' 
; ; DATED this 15th < day, of June; 

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Edward D. Schippmann 
Marries Laura Troncin^ 
In Ceremony at Attica 

Mr. and Mra. Edward Schippmann 
and daughter Natalie ot Lake Villa 
and Mr. and Mrs. James Harvey and 
daughter, Donna, of Antjoch, ana 
Henry Schippmann of Cicero, ill.. 
nVotoTed. to P Attica, Ind Saturday 
and attended the .wedding of Ed- 
ward Dean Schippmann and-.Laura 
Bobalene Troncln. 

The young couple was married at 
1 p. m. Sunday, June 13,. -ot the 
Methodist church. They were at- 
tended by Barbara ■*<""* °l Ne- 
braska, sister ot the bride, and 
Chuck Uran of Calumet City, a col- 
lege friend of the bridegroom. 

After the ceremony a wedding 
dinner for relatives was served at 
the Attica Country Club.. The 
bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Edward Schippmann of Petite 
lakeland the bride, a nurse at St. 
Luke's hospital, is the daughter oi 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Trocin of Attica. 

After a wedding trip north they 
will make their home in Chicago 
until Mr. Schippmann gets his or- 
ders to report to the navy as a com- 
missioned officer. 

The bride wore a white brocaded 
street length dress, white hat and 
gloves, and carried a white Bible 
■with the orchid corsage. Mr. 
Schippmann wore a light blue suit. 
The bride's mother wore a powder, 
blue dress with white accessories 
and had pink roses. The bride- 
groom's mother wore navy blue 
■with pink accessories and had pink 

roses. , 

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Contestants in the 

1954 American Legion 



home bureau meets " 
Plans program juNe so 

Mrs. Max Grunow Was hostess 
and Mrs. Hennig, Mrs. George 
Grunow, and Mrs. Slaughter were 
assistant hostesses to the Anttoch 
Home Bureau Wednesday after- 
noon in an outdoor meeting at the 
Grunow home at Channel lake. 
Twenty-seven members wcrejmres- 
ent. Guests .were Mrs. McBae. Mrs. 
Lou Peterson, and Mrs. Chrlstian- 

The club will sponsor. a money 
making program In which Mrs. 
Clarence Spierlng will give a tray- 
elogue of her trip to the Near East 
through 21 countries The event, 
scheduled for 8 p. m. June 30, will 
be at the Spierlng home on rte. «. 
and will be followed by a chicken 
salad supper. 



* * ■ 
, Welcome Bride of P«U»r 

Sixty members of the St. Ignatius 
Episcopal church welcomed he 
bride of Fr. Edmond Hood to he 
community last evening, gathering 
at the church hall for a pot luck 
supper and a social evening. The 
church Is giving the couple silver- 
ware, but it did not arrive in time 
to be presented last evening. 

Has Part in Play 

Miss Grelchcn Biel, daughter of 
Mr. and Louis A. Bid of Route 2, 
has returned home from school at 
Kemper Hall. Kenosha, Wis., where 
she was a member- ot the junior 
class. She had a role in the com- 
mencement play, "The Magic Flute. 

Attend Shlppmann's Graduation 

Mr. and Mrs. Schippman. Nat- 
alie, and Art Smejkal, and Mr. and 



J54 American region — j ames Harvey an d Donna 
Carnival Queen Contest drove to Chicago Friday evening to 




attend the graduation of their son 
and brother, Edward Dean Schipp- 
mann, from Illinois Institute of 
Technology, which was held at Or- 
chestra Hall. Edward Dean gradu- 
ated as an architect and was presi- 
dent of the senior class, president 
of the interfraternity council at the 
school, and also president of The 
Block Knight, an honorary secret 
organization. 



Moose Women Initiate; 

Appoint Committees 

Myrtle Green, Margaret France, 
and Dorothy Edwards wedged 
Into the Home chapter, and \i Eileen 
Kosar Agnes Van Patten and Kath- 
5S AWlnto the Anttoch chap- 
S o* Women of the Mo»e : tl»t 
Thursday at the Moose lodge hall. 
^soVwere Gladys Schroeder 
Helen Wetherby, Irene ' Noble^na 

F °\ZL we£ ne v *ed inline 
chaSTndwmbeTnUlatedJulyl. 
Alice Bushmolc, Jane Verkest, Con- 
stance Kennedy, and LaVcrne Long 
were transferred from Home chap- 
ter to Antloch chapter. 

Birthday rifts were presented to 
Evelyn Burnette. Dorothy Kennedy, 
Dorothy Garrett, Sue Fox and Mar- 

ga The Swing appointments i Were 
made by the Senior Regent-elect- 
Mrs. Frank Kennedy, Jo.. 

Guideline Meyer; Ass t guide, 
Mrs. Burt Anderson; Argus Mrs, 
Marvin Heath; Sentinel. Mrs Har- 
riet ! Grcwe; pianist, Alice Bush- 

m Chairmen -Moosehcart Alumni, 
ArlcncTSorton: Publicity Mrs ^ Joe 
Gorlitz; Mooscheart, J«> n ""£ 
strom; Library, Lucy H>mew;So- 
cial Service, Ruth Bertolani; Child 
Cae, Rosemary Eckert; Ritual, Mrs. 
Walter Good; Moosehayen, Mrs. 
Maud Johnson; Homemaking, Mrs. 
Betty Meicrdirk; Hosp.ta Umg* 
Gras; Membership. Annette Stiebcr, 
Escorts to Junior Graduate Regen 
Blanche Horton. Mildred Stroncr 
nnd Georeia Nelson; Escorts to Sen- 
7hcS Dorothy Kennedy, Ann 
Fox and Arvis Nelson; Escorts to 
Junior Regent Cerclda Jung,. Mari- 
anne Palm and Florence Johnson, 
Scorts of Chaplain Mrs. Homer 
Toft, Jane Verkest and Evelyn Bur- 
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Sr spent Sunday at Racine, Wis. 

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Fulfills Vow 
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Dickson, Tcnn.. because nis son re- 
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Joyce E. Carlson 
Joyce E. Carlson, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carlson 
o* Lake Villa is sponsored by 
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Queen contest now in progress. 




Kay Frances Anderson 

Kay Frances Anderson, 
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THE ANTIOCH NEWS, ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 



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Liberty Comer* School 
Classes, 50 and SS Yrt. 
Ago Re-unite at Wit mot 

. A reunion and picnic of the Lib- 
erty Corners school class of 50 and 
59 years ago was held Thursday, 
June 17 at the County Park at Wil- 
mot Coming the greatest distance 
was Dorothy Swanson of Honolulu, 
Hawaii, and Rose Prudent from 
New, York, N. Y;-,' and Sophia Spen- 
,cer of- Florida. 

Others, registered were : Mr! arid 
Mrs. Reuben Turnock, Mrs. Minnie 
Sheen, Willis and Mary Sheen, of 
Salem, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs, Alvln 
Holtdorf, and Mrs. Ullle Petersen of 
Bristol, Wis.; Blanche Ankley, Ha- 
zel .Van Olstead, and Mrs. Grace 
Blanchard of Waukegan; Anna Ru- 
dolph and Minnie Holtdorf of Sil- 



ver Lake, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. RoIIin 
Van Wortner of Brooklyn, Ind.; Mm. 
William Stnrtton of Morris, III.; Mrs. 
Bert Octti rig and Mrs. Grace Miller 
of Trevor, Wis,; ,'• / . , . 

Mrs- Dora Dibble,- Kenosha, Wis.; 
Mrs. : Beatrice Jahr, 'Oxford, ' Wis.} 
Mrs. Anna Roth, High wood, III.; 
Betty .Tuft, and Joan Novdard; Mc- 
Henry, 111.; -and Harlow and Ruth 
Rogers of Camp Lake, Wis. 

Mrs. Margaret Hot* f . 

Of Near Salem Dies 



Salem, Wis.— Mrs7 Margaret Hoff, 
90, of rural Salem, died in Kenosha 
hospital Sunday after a long Illness. 
tBorn March. 2, 1864, In Brighton 
township, Mrs. Hoff moved to Salem 
10 years' ago after living In Rich- 
mond, 111,, Kenosha, and Racine, 
Wis. She was a member of the 



Holy. Name church In Wllmot* 

-Her husband, Joseph Hoff, died In 
1906, ' She Is survived by \ two 
brothers, Jay, Racine, and Matthew, 1 
Woodstock, III., and, ft stBter, Mrs, 
Katherlne Belmer, Kenosha; 
"Funeral mass was sung In Holy 
Name church, and burial was In 
Holy Cross cemetery, Racine. 

Receives Discharge from Army i 
Richard .Hahn, "son of Mr. and 
Mrs, Frank Hahn of*Rock Lake, re- 
ceived his, discharge from the IV S; 
Army* Monday after . three years of 
service which • Included 14 months 
In Korea, He arrived home Tu 
dBy. 



and girls who camped this week at 
Camp Shaw-waw-nas-see near Kan- 
kakee, 



Breaks Wrist 



Mrs. Jack Woods Is convalescing 
at her home at Lake Marie follow 
Ing a fall while at work at Marl 
Anno's Shop Saturday afternoon in 
which she suffered a severe fracture 
of .-the wrist, 



• 4-H. Members Camp 
Harold Young, Dennis West, Kent 
Petersen; W. L, Paulsen, and Phyl- 
lis Hendee of the Millbum Hornets 
4-H club. were among the 113 boys' 







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Goes to Camp In New Mexico 

John' . Mattcont, explorer? scout 
from Post 32 of the Antloch district, 
left Monday morning for a month's 
camping trip at Philmont, N. Mex. 
He will be joined by other explorer 
scouts from Wiimctte and-Wlnnetka 
districts. John Is' the son of Mr. 
and Mrs, Peter Matteonl of Victoria 
street, , 



"What this nation and, in fact, the 
entire world needs, Is courage to 



replace fear, personal initiative- to 
replace paternalism, -'and venture 
to replace the frenzied search lor 
security." Excerpt from New Eng- 
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tional Bank of Boston. 



Speedy . 
How fait Is a inaezeT Researcher 

sneezed Into an anemometer, which., 
measures ; wind. velocity, and found 
a -good one goes out at 100 miles aa ' 
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gallon of gasoline at normal highway speeds. Entirely 
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Beginning the first Sunday In 
July, which U July 4, there win be 
two services , at the Community I 
church— one at 8 o'clock a. m., and 
one. at 11 a. m, to give all the op- 
portunity of attending the early 
service If it is not convenient to 
attend the later one. The nursery 
for care of young children will be 
open only during the later service 
and church school will be held at 
"the usual hour of 9:45 a, m. 
The Woman's Society of Christian 
Service will hold Its annual sum- 
mer sale of fancy work, rugs, 
aprons, pillow cases, etc., at the 
Lake Villa school gymnasium on 
on Wednesday, July 21. The sale 
opens at 2 p. m. ' There will also 
be a bakery sale and attractions oi 
various kinds "for your amusement, 
including fish-pond, sniffle-tree, etc. 
Tea, coffee and cake will be served 
during the afternoon at a nominal 
price. Cafeteria dinner will be 
served from 5:30 to 7 p. m., and 
cards will be played during the eve- 
ning with a prize for each table. 
Everyone is invited to come and en- 
joy a pleasant afternoon or eve- 
ning or both . and help make tt a 
huge success. 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Cremin enter- 
tained Mr. Cremln's brother and 
sisters and families, also Mrs. Cre- 
min's aunt of Chicago at a gather-. 
ing at their home on Sunday eve- 
ning in honor of their son, Billys 
twelfth birthday. 

The Cedar Lake Camp of Royal 
Neighbors will meet Tuesday eve- 
ning, June 29 and members will 
please take notice that this is the 
fifth and last Tuesday of the 

month. „ « i „f 

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hassler of 
Fond du Lac, Wis., were Saturday 
afternoon guests of Mrs. Hassler s 
sister, Mrs. Mary Nader and hus- 

3 Mr^ and Mrs. Lester Hamlin left 



Saturday and returned Sunday 
evening from an auto trip into 

Wisconsin.' . '-, .:' __ 

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ekdahl, Car- 
kne and Julie drove to Champaign 
i lost Sunday and Carlcne who had 
enrolled In- a two weeks course 
there, remained. ' Mr, and Mrs. Ben 
Cribb, Jay and Nancy, . also made 
the trh> to Champaign, as Jay had 
also enrolled for the two weeks 
Junior band course at the Illinois 
summer youths' music camp, when 
the Lake Villa school band played 
there during the spring. 

Mrs. Betty Bartlett Ladewlg was 
married on Saturday evening at 7:30 
at the Community church to Bar- 
nard Schneider by Rev. K. M. 
Plummer in the presence of a num- 
ber of friends' and relatives, Miss 
Gerry Webb of Waukegan was 
bridesmaid and Gordon Blumen- 
schein was best man. .Mrs, K. M. 
Plummer played the traditional 
wedding music. A reception, was 
held later at the Fox Lake Leg on 
home and the newly weds will live 
in the cottage where the br dc and 
her family have -been living for 
some time 



turn to Mississippi. They were mar- 
ried twb'wecka ago and have_had 
a pleasant honeymoon trip. They 
visited Madison, Wis., and tturWfs; 
consln Dells last week and will stop 
off in Chicago on their way home. 

Mr. and Mrs. John Kurt of -Chi- 
cago were week end guests of Mr. 
and Mrs;- Windsor Dalgaard. 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Cremin visited 
Mrs. Cremln's father last Saturday 
ofternbon. He has been very ill at 
a Chicago hospital for some time, 

Mrs Beatrice Sherwood of Round 
Lake "was a visitor in the village 
one day last week, 




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Rev. Kenneth M. Plummer, pas- 
tor of the Community church, and 
C. N. Dunbar, lay delegate, are at- 
tending daily sessions of the Chi- 
cago Northern District Rock River 
conference being held at the First 
Methodist church in Evanston this 

Mrs. Edwin Krook and Mary Kay 
of Grand Rapids, Mich., are with 
Mrs. Krook's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 
Albert Kapple for a two weeks va- 
cation. Mrs. Charles Rothers and 
children of Berkeley, 111., came 
Monday and Barbara Rothers is 
also with her grandparents for a 
vacation. 

Major and Mrs. William Walker 
of the Army Air Force base and 
stationed at Greenville, Miss., who 
have been visiting his parents, Mr. 
and Mrs. Wm. Walker and other 
relatives, left Monday on their re- 




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M% ■' THE JEWEL BOX 

but it IS getting rather l«iet" , 



Antioch Township High Schoo 

Gymnasium 

ALL STAR BOUTS 



POWLES DAIRY STORE 



DISTRIBUTOR OF 

PET DAIRY 
PRODUCTS 

COME IN AND GET A CARD 

with the purchase of 25 gallons of 

Milk you will gel ONE Gallon 

FREE 



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OPEN SUNDAYS 
UNTIL 12:0 NOON 



SPECIAL 



(10 DAYS ONLY) 
SINGLE 



BLANKETS 

$1 00 

CHAIN O' LAKES 
CLEANERS 

Phone Antioch 636 for Pickup and Delivery 
Antioch, Illinois 



SCHEDULE FOR PAYING 

REAL ESTATE AND 
PERSONAL PROPERTY TAXES 

IN ANTIOCH 

k. 
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Daily during banking hour* from 9:00 o. m. to 3:30 p. m. 
Both Bankt closed all day Wednesday 

Week of June 21 , National Bank 

Week of June 28, State Bonk 
Week of July 5, National Bonk 

Week of July 12, State Bank 
Week of July 19* Notional Bank 

Week of July 26, State Bank 

Loit day for making payments, Saturday, July 31, 1954 



John L. Horan, Tax Collector 

Town of Antioch 
CAROLYN_M. KORAN, Deputy Collector 



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Complete Antenna 
Installation and Repair 

BURT ANDERSON 

Ph. Antiach 850 

Rte. 21 and Loon Lake Road 

Antioch, Illinois 




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2 BOUTS 4 ROUNDS 



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Won 19, lost 12 



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Won 61, lost 4 



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Won 16, lost 5 



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(130 lbs.) 
Won 28, lost 10 




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KEEP COOL THIS SUMMER- 
with? 
JOHNS-MAN VILL* 
IN9ULATK) smmo 
A. RflETZKE 
Phone Antloch 111 , 
Insured Roofing and Siding 
Contractor . 
No money down— make ; your 
own term*. ' . (39tfn) 




WANT A NEW FORD or A-l uied 
t»r, honest value, best trade? Call 
,5ah TJghtsey. AnUoch 770 or 926. 
Carlson Ford Sales, 039 Main at, 
Antioch. . : S- • (23tfn) 



FOR SALE— Holstein heifer, sprin- 
ger, first [calf. ' Thomas Moorman, 
Rte. 21, Lake Villa. Phone Lake 

Villa 6-2742, (48-49) 



FOR SALE— 6 acres standing alfal- 
fa hay, first year's cutting; also a 
4 can milk cooler. Leo Barnstable, 
Lake Villa,* III, Phone L. V. 2961. 

(48f«) 



FOR SALE— New two bedroom 
house, fireplace, garage, lot' 60x200 
It. located l'mile south of: Antloch, 
$2,000 down. Phone Ant.' 839RI or 
R2. . . . • (44tfn) 



FOR SALE— One to .ten acres very 
hear- business district of Antloch, 
also farm house, barn' and' other 
buildings, with ?■ acres. Walter 
Cording, Phone 960, AnUoch. 

(45tln) 



'#OR SALE— Broilers and fryers, 

roasting and stewing' hens, range 
raised, fed for ■", tenderness " and 
flavor, fresh dressed to order. Emll 
R. Lubkeman, Antloch." .Tel.' 1 106-B, 

(43tfnj 






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that you ' 

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939 Main St. " Phone 770 1 

■ Antloch, Illinois 



. RUMMAGE 
SALE 
AT 
METHODIST CHURCH 

BASEMENT 

JULY 23 - 24 -"30 - 31 

Leave your rummage at 'side door 

of Church 

Thank' Yon. . . 

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FOR SALE 

135 Racing Hydroplane. 

Hallett Hull - VS-60 Motor 

Running $900*00 Cash 

Harold Gatton, Antioch, HI. 



,FOR SALE — Steam rtable;* good 
condition, 350.00. Tel. ' Antloch 43. 

• (44tfn), 



FOR SALE— Outboard motor, 10' h. 
p. Evlnrude, light 4, ; will sell reason- 
able. Fox -Lake Concrete Prod., 11 
,N, U. S. Hwy. 12. : Fox Lake ,7-1441, 
or evenings Antioch 494-R-2. 
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2 Vary Desirable, rtusfness . Loft 
56 x 250, .located 
trict of Fo» fLake, next ...to 
Towne Thealrst-very reasonably 
priced.-' { 

Only $3500.00 

Delightful summer cottage, J, 
lots . nlgeiy . landscaped; lea than, 
one, block fro* ;=^«4 the Chain 

•Otfcakes. 

47500.00 - 4 Lota ; ; 

rwo bedroom year around home, \ 
Jiving room, dining room, hitch- 1 
en, bath with shower, gas hot 
water; fruit orchard,' n^ely land- 
scaped, outdoor fireplace. ' 

Tavern - 2 Acres 
Good going business, year a- 
round. Located on main -hi th way, 
established a long time, owners 
want to retire. 
Asking Prka $30,000 
Hall Cash 





SUNDAYS 

800.00 

Antloch— l mile from town— 
% rooms, 3 bedrooms, near 
good beach, summer home. 



$5,500.00 j 
Loon Lake— two lota,. new. 4 
t room home, 2 'bedrooms, Vi 
bath, 1 block off highway. 

$$,800.00 — Reduced to 
Salt . 
Fox Lake— walking distance 
depot, 5 room modem home, 
automatic gas beat, bath and 
shower, furnished, Insulated. 
Terms l h cash. 

$6,950.00— down $5,000 

Antloch- Channel Lake — ' at- 
tractive— Al condition, 4 nice 
rooms, 2 bedrooms, full bath, 
near lake. 

$7,950.00 

Antloch— 5 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 

.full batargange, H block to 

lake. Insulated,* lovely, location 

$8,500.00 

' Antloch — 5 room modern 
- home, 2 bedrooms,' full bath,, 
basement, garage. Furnace 
heat.' Half cash, 969.00 month- 
ly payments, Including Int. 

$14,250.00 
NEW - MODERN - REASON- 
ABLY PRICED — 5 rooms, 2 

' nice bedrooms,' full bath, very 
large living room with 'fire- 
place, breexeway, garage, 
shade trees, Vt block' from ' 
lake; automatic oil furnace 
heat. Really nice. 

* 
$15,500.00 — 1 acre choice 

Land . 
BRICK - MODERNISTIC— 
— 3 bedroom, very attractive 
home, large living room, bath 
and, shower, nice large cabinet 

i. kitchen," attached garage, ex- 
cellent location. 

$15,000.00 LakY Front 

8 room summer home .on lake 
—120 feet frontage x 289 feet 
• deep. Fireplace, shower, bath. 
Furnished. .Very good condi- 
tion, * 

Choice Building Sites 

with water and sewerage — ' 
. in Antloch 



.WANTED— Gasoline engine five h. 
p.' or. larger, air cooled, or water 
cooled.,' Thomas Moorman, Rte. 21, 
Lake Villa, phone Lake Villa 6-2742. 

(48-49)" 



WANTED^-HUSBAND 
Who will be -kind to; his wife and 
permit Her sonic freedom from meal 
preparation. A husband . who; will 
provide delicious sliced turkey, all 
ready-to-serve or a plump' young 
overirready' turkey, small -or large, 
for < Sunday's 1 .: dinner. Husbands 
preferred who 'are considerate 
enough to stock up the freezer with 
several "one meal" cut-up. turkey 
delicacies at a special "bargain", 
deal 'for her convenience and your 
economy. " 
Applicants call In person at 

FOLLY- TURKEY FARM • 
TreVor-Wllmot Road (Hi-Way C) 

3 miles west of Route ,83 ' 
Open any day 'Including Sundays 
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MISCEllANEOUS 



HOME FOR YOUNGSTERS 
OVER 60 
We are opening "lip our farm ''for 
pensioners and ; retired men and 
women. , Will serve, delicious meals, 
home atmosphere/ churches and 
fishing nearby, very 'reasonable 
rates. Shuffleboard and other rec- 
reational facilities. No stairs to 
climb. Enjoy life while you have 
it. Write Riverside Farm, .Wllmot; 
Wis. 



WANTED— Ride dally, from Chan-; 
nel Lake or Antioch to North Chi- 
cago Plant Deepfreeze. . Hours 6:00 
to 4:30. Antioch 139-M. 



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MALE HELP WANTED. 

COMPO SIT OR 

Highest Quality Commercial ; 

Printing 

Steady Work in Modern 

Plant 

Good Transportation 

Facilities.' 

Top Wages 

6 Paid .Holidays 

Life Insurance 

Retirement Income Plan 

Hospital Insurance; and Health 

and -Accident Insurance 

also available. 

NATIONAL' OFFICE SUPPLY,, 

6S0 S. Genesee St. 

Waukegan, Illinois *;• (33 tfnY 



ANTIOCH LANDSCAPING 

SERVICE > 
Trees, Shrubsj Evergreens 
Fruit Tree Spraying 
Phone ANTIOCH 74 . 

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NOTICE 

I will not be responsible .for debts 
incurred by other than myself after 
June 17, 1954. - JMHMalBNI 
I IRVING WALSH 
<48-49) 



Furnaces Cleaned and Repaired 

Oil Burner Service 
A. J. Eggert, Camp Lake, Wis. 

TeL Trevor 3785 

(21tfn) 



MONGAN'S TV SERVICE 

-Entrust your set. 'tb: a* 1 trained 
technician. It costs no more to get 
prompt, expert service: • Phone An- 
tioch 1070 or 44^9-R. • (42tfn) 



ROOFING 
BIDING ' INSULATION 

r Roofing of all , kinds— asphalt 
shingles, built ' up and tar . and 
gravel. Write Burlington Roofing 
& Heating Co., 679 Geneva St., oi 
phone 574, flurUngton, Wis . (38tfn) 
Antloch 875 . . Antloch, Illlnoll 
-3 ANTIOCH. AUTO BODY SHOP 

Complete Bump Shop Service 
Painting - Glass - Radlaton 
Wrecks Rebuilt ' 



West on Rt. 173 



W. W. Hasney 
(2»<n» 



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Buying or Selling 

NELSONS 

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or; 791 
Phone tl 
> Lake VUla Phone 8-1241 

881 Main St Antioch 

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Help UJanted Female 






WANTED — Female stenographer, 
light dictation,' will' consider recent 
high school graduate." Midwest 
Folding & Mfg. Co., Mr; Murphy, 
Gurnec, 111. Phone Ont 2-1320. ■ 



Good salary for. girl interested in 
customer relations work. ■':. Position 
"Just opened up' in oiir. Antioch busi- 
ness office. Must be y high school 
grad 18 to 28 years old with good 
scholastic record. Pleasant .working 
conditions and ■ associates, 

40 hour- week (Mon. thru Frl.) 
Call Mr. Littler on. Antioch 9981. 
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TELEPHONE CO. 



WANTED— Waitress, Must have ex - 
•perience. Apply In person at Otto's 
Steak House between 8 and 10 a. m 



' STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTO 

INSURANCECO. 

20% reduced rates on Farm fire 

insurance 

Lower' than average rates 

Auto Insurance 

Wm. B. Leng, Lake /Villa, RL 

; | Phone Grayslake 3-1162 

(2Rtfn2 



O V E I'W EIGHT? 

Wont to Lom Pounds? 

UMy — ScUaitfkalty. 

Ho StfMMIIS Dt#fi»i 

Thorough Exomlndtlons 
• to find causes . 
by Licensed Physician -' 

OBESITY CLINIC 

'Ream' It 7, Sckiwaifa 914*. 

520 - 5ltb St., KtaetfM, Wis. 

rfiew 7g42 



ART LUBKEMAN * SONS. 

Black Dirt,- Manure - Sand - Gravel 
Filling • Cutting Wood, Take down 
trees - General Trucking - Making 
Lawns. " No Job Too Large or Too 
Small. Tel. AnUoch 191-R. (Blttn) 



LEE BARHYTE & SON 
Phone Trevor '2611 '-.Trevor, Wli 
. .Grading. Roads - Leveling Dirt" 

Road Oil and Asphalts 
Contractor Jobs 

(42-48p) 



INSULATION 
IOOFING i SIDING 

' We have bait type granulated 
wool, or blown In wool. Free an- 
imates gladly given. Write 
Burlington Roofing and Heating'Co. 
170 Geneva St,, Burlington, Wis,, 
'it phone 574. (38tfh) 



FOR SALE— Simplicity garden 
tractor, model F, 2*6 h: p., six 
speeds forward and reverse, with 8 
x 12 pneumatic tires. Only. % 190.50. 
Also 2 and 5 h. p. models. 

VValter P. Raiisch 

LAWN AND GARDEN 
EQUIPMENT ' 
& ml, sooth of Hwy 83, Bar] 

Wis., Route 5, Box 59 
Tel. 850-J. ' . (45-51) 




How Christian Science Heoli 
'THE SIMPLE iASIS OF CHRIS- 
TIAN HEALING" 

WJJO (1160 kc) June 27," 7:40 «, m. 



SIDING 

Roofing, Insulation 
i We have aluminum siding, 'brick 
siding, asbestos -siding and new 8" 
lap sidings. Write 
5 BURLINGTON ROOFING & 

HEATING CO. -" 
579 Geneva St., phone 574 

Burlington, Wis. 

(37tfn> ' 



DEAD' ANIMAL REMOVAL* v. 

' WHEELING RENDERING 3 

WORKS 

Be legal, keep a clear : conscience 
Prompts Service Day and " Night- 
Sundays and Holidays 
- —No help needed to load — 
OPERATING UNDER STATE 
INSPECTION MADE BY DEPART- 
MENT OF AGRICULTURE' 
i Highest Cash Prices paid 
Telephone Wheeling 3 . 
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LANDSCAPE GARDENING AND 

. MAINTENANCE 

Flagstone' Terrace and ._ Walks 

Trees ' Shrubs 

GEORGE R. GRUNOW 

. Telephone Antloch 105 -M 

Antioch' ' ■' ' IlUnols 

(42tfn) 



SHOP AT YOUR 

Western Tire Auto Store 

FOR ALL YOUR 




FISHING 

and 

SWIMMING 

NEEDS 




Wading Pools for the Kiddies 
Automobile and Bicycle Accessories 



.Seat Covers 



Cor Polishes 



Electric Fans 



Western Tire Auto -Slora 



910 Lake St. 

In Fostoffice B nil ding < - 

OPEN i SUNDAYS 9:00 A. M. 



i. Phine 855 
A^uoch, lit 
12 Noon 



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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 

CASH INCOME 

Up to $200 Weekly! 

.Responsible men and women wanted to independently own and 
operate proved profitable sensationally NEW automatic coin-oper- 
ated merchandise dispenser accounts in your area. Complete train- 
ing assistance included. NO SELLING REQUIRED. CAN BE 
HANDLED IN SPARE TIME. PROFITS START IMMEDIATELY. 
' PERMANENT , WEEKLY INCOME. NO EXPERIENCE BE- 
QUIRED. Full priced steady INCOME routes requires CASH In- 
vestment of 1792.00 to £4750.00, dependent upon extent of opera- 
tion desired. Entire Investment lull secured, by your inventory. 
If genuinely Interested, write or wire for confidential interview 
in your city with company representative. Kindly Include one 
reference, address and' phone number to: American- Products 
Corporation, 6516 Detroit Ave.,. Cleveland 2, Ohio,. Dept 1W-19. 
Stop Searching! - Start Earning! 



FOR RENT 



FOR SALE— g.-cu. ft. Frigldaire, 
good condition, . • Very reasonable. 
Call' Antioch' 542-M.' 




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FOR SALE— By owner, on Lake 
Catherine, -six ■ room 1 year; arouund 
hoifie, 1H. baths, 2 enclosed porches, 
full basement, ;bil>ea"t, garage^ ; elec- 
tric z water he'ateif. "Phone '.'Antloch 
180- J^ J ' ' ' ;<49^0pK 



FOR ' SALE— Folding cot and pad, 
two* table ]amps"ahd sha"des";"*bne' 2- 

burner bo'ttte gas.plate. Tel,- Anti- 
och 152-^t-I. Call Friday, Saturday 
and Sunday, 



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ROOMS AND COTTAGES 

Coles . , Resort, ..Channel'' Lake . 

. FOR RENT :' 

.. ' Rooms by day or week 
Housekeeping Cottages" by-' week. 

Phone Antloch 34 
,-. '-"■ - (47tfn) 



L John and Mary Topercer of In- 
dian' Point are taking .over' Cox's 

Corners— Groceries and Meats and 
Restaurant. They, will feature ."Bo- 
hemian.. 'cooking. -; (40-49) 



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FOR SALE^-Desk, table,' 2' pricker 
chairs ■ and , couch, '|5,00 ■ each; bou- 
doir. chair - and ottoman, $15.00; .golf 
.clubs, 25c each; wood cabinet $3.00; 
60". '"Venetian blinds'; * electric '. cooker, 
p>. 5 Vat f rehch'" windows,,- 22x40, at 
t2.Qjd : each.,,.," Telephone:, Antioch 
156>W-li 41' Woodbine" Ave., .Chah: 
nerLake : B lu£lt.^ ''■'• > 
FOR ; ! SALE-445 h white Wyandotte 
pullets • now ■ laylhgi "' Reasonable; 
Phone. An ti och 92M: > -•.-..'■ } (49tf) 
FOR SALE— -Delicious /buttermilk 
and corn ' fed -, f ryejfs ' and roasters, 
alive or . dressed. A Phoney AnUoch 
S2^M, ' /-.•'■■ " (49tfn) 

fOR'SALl^-lfl it. two-wheel 'trail- 
er equipped with^electricranfe^and 
'refrigerator; Good condition.; Phone 
Antloch 291-Jnl. : ; 



FOR r RENT-rCottage ;with f, : three 
niceV;rbpms,> electric i stove and' jre- 
frigerator;* Irunning:: "water, p. G. 
Bauman, Villa Rlcca, Loon . Lake, 
south end." (48-49 



FOR iSALE-^U ft. s round, bottom 
boat. Can.be seen at Loon Lake. rd., 
second house east of Nielsen's Cor- 



ners, r. 



FOR SALE— Entire six ; rooms - of 
ruJhltura at 1091' S. Main St., v Antl- 



och^Sa* 
AnUoch 17 



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FOR RENT— 3 . bedroom' cottage . on 
Fox • 'river, 7 ' 5 ml 1 es west* of Antl och 
on Rte, 173. Dressel, .Box, B07, Antl- 
och, ,111. . ■ . 

FOR ; RENT— Sleeping .' ; ;rbom in 
town. *;P h o n e ' ' : Antloch ' 61 -R or 
246-R : 2. : ■■';••. '■■...•.. (4Mfn) 



FOR; RENT— Modern 5 ..room apt , , 
$66.00. per mo, over'post ', office, :in- 
gieside,^ Illinois.'', Please T'P ho n e 
Wheatland/ 65-H .^Sherwood Terrace, 
Salem, : Wis; " ' , . - (*»;«» . 





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Channel Lake Notes .- 



Mr. and Mrs. Henry Homari of 
Channel Lake observed their 30th 
wedding anniversary on Saturday, 
June ID* 

Mrs/Frank Brett had two grand- 
sons and their families as week end 
guests. They were Mr. and Mrs. 
Norman Olsen, Jr., and son Norman 
III (1 year old}, and Mr. and Mrs. 
Peter Olsen and son, Peter, Jr., 
(4 months old). On Sunday Mrs. 
Richard Thome, with Her four tots, 
and Miss Mary Frances , Olsen ar- 
rived for the day. Mrs, Thome is 
a sister of Mary and the hoys, and 
all four are - residents of Chicago. 
They are the children of Mrs. Brett's 
oldest child, Mrs. Norman Olsen, Sr. 

Mrs. - Brett has 26 grandchildren 
and she expects to have them all 
together for the first time in July, 
when two daughters from the West 
are expected to visit. 

Mr. and Mrs, Otto Kulln, of Chan- 
nel Lake, observed their thirtieth 
wedding anniversary on June 14, 
Mr. and Mrs. John Llnd were week- 
end guests on June 12 and 13, as 
their thirtieth wedding annlversory 
Is June 28, and these two couples 
have celebrated together many 
times. Trie observance this year 
was early, as Mrs. Kulin is leaving 
for California this week. 

Mr, and Mrs. Kulin, their daugh- 
ter and' son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. 
Lewis Sershon, Mr. and Mrs. Llnd 
and their daughter and son-in-law, 
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Austin, had din- 
ner the night of June 12 at the Swiss 
Chalet at Lake Geneva to observe 
this festive occasion. 



it's A Fact! 



tklHEM GERTRUDE £DER.L£ 
IN SWAM THE ENGLISH CHftN' 
V NEL,MJ&.&,t92.G. IN t+HOURJ 

and 3i Minute^ she beat the 

RECORD FOR MEN BY ONE HOUR. 



ANP TWO MINUTES.^' 





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IT'S A FACT! 

"For service and dependability 
yon can't beat . . . 

GE Heating and Air 

Conditioning 

Installation and service by 

Antioch 
Sheet Metal Shop 

Rte. 59 and 1T3 Phone 508 

Antioch, 111. 




DRY SPELL? 




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Myers Water System 
American Standard 
Furnaces and Boilers 

Installed 

Electric Wiring and 

Westinghouie Products 

Carey 

Electric & Plumbing 

Shop 



889 Main St. 



Phone 75 



Are You Troubled with 

ARTHRITIS? 

Try Our , . . 

COPPER BRACELETS 
$3.25 pr. postpaid 

SOLD FOB OVER 5 YEARS! 

'Satisfaction Guaranteed 

(Please state wrist size) 

When Ordering Write: 

GAIL DERR, 524 ELM ST. 

Rockford, Illinois 



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See the exquisite 
mountings created for 
us by the nation's lop [.•§ 
designers and master 
craftsmen— using your 
own diamonds. Modest 
prices wt!l with In even 
o limited budget. 






C.S. HUBBARD 
JEWELER & ENGRAVER 

705 58th SL Kenosha, Wis. 




24 HOUR 
SERVICE 

On All Makes 

Authorised Factory Sales and 
Service 

• PHILCO • ZENITH 

• ADMIRAL • MOTOROLA 
We guarantee our work 

Installation - Repairs 

MARTIN'S 

RADIO & TV SERVICE 
LAKE VILLA 6-1371 
Cedar Ave. - Lake Villa 



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FLAT WALL 



Ivory, light blue, buff, peach, yel- 
low, pink, aqua, light green, dawn 
gray, cream, neutral gray, dusty 
rose, mint green; and other colon. 



$045 



GAL. 



65° 



QT. 



DEEPTONE 

^•'^■P'Pessj^ssiSBj 

PAINT 



Modern deeptbne 
du bonnet, sunset 
low, Java brown, 
Sherwood green. 

$095 
L GAL. 



colors? Scarlet, 
red, Altec y el- 
king blue; and 



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SEMI-GLOSS 
(satim) ENAMEL 

White, ivory, pole blue, dusty rose, 
powder blue, bone white, light 
green, turquoise, yellow, gray. 

$095 

^ SAL. 

PINTS'- 40c 



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QT. 



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PORCH, FLOOR AND 




Use also for shut- 
ters, garage doors, *. 
outside trim, etc. .v 
Mahogany, oak 
(light brown), and 
medium blue. 



ENAMEL 



2 



85 75 c 



GAL 



QT. 



INTERIOR HIGH 
GLOSS ENAMEL 



For cabinets, wood- 
work, kitchen and 
bathroom walls. 
White or ivory only. 



$ 



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BUY 8 PTS. OR 
4 QTS. ASSORTED 

COLORS AT 

GALLON 

PRICE 

LIBERTY PAINT BAR 

Liberty ville 



CASH AND CARRY FROM 



BURBESS-NU-ENAMEL WAREHOUSE 

ROUTE 21 - GRAYSLAKE, ILLINOIS , 

8:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. Doily — 9:00 A. M. to 3:00 P. M. SATURDAY 

Or order through any one of the dealers listed below, where colors are 

on display 




MUNDELEIN HARDWARE STORE 
Mundelein 



BAST'S 
Round Lake 



FREDDIE'S MART 
Volo 





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In value, 
this is the 



BIG ON 




tho beautiful CHRYSLER 

WINDSOR 




De Luxe 

Come drive itl . . . it's styled like the richest, yet coats 
hardly more than a fully equipped "low price" car. 
And it's available with today's most exciting drive 
features— fully-automatic PowerFlite no-clutch drive . ., 
Full »! m « i» owcr Steering . . . Power Brakes! 

1- ALL THESE FEATURES AT NO EXTRA COST!-. 



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Only Ctwy alar-built cars 
■jlva yaw all ttiaa* lm* 

variant MlvwitM ••) 



Resistor Spark Plug j 

Floating Power Engine 
Mountings 

Rotary Oil Pump 
Exhaust Valve Seat Inserts 
Bonded Brake Lining* 
Safeguard Hydraulic Brakes 
Independent Parking Braka 
Safety-Rim Wheels 
Anti-glare Dash Panel Top 
Two-turn Window Regulators 
Constant power 

Electric Windshield Wipers 
Operating Cow) Ventilator 
Full-length Insulated Top 



That* faaturaa n* 
atandar* an Chr,*i«r fcwt \ 
•Mtrm c««t on aUiar cart t 



Oil Bath Air Cleaner 

Directional Signals 

Foam Rubber Cushion Front 
& Rear 

Dust Back-up Lights 

Glove 8m Light 

Luggage Compartment Light 

Map Light 

Oil niter 

Perking Brake Signal 

Safety Padded Instrument 
Panel 

Steering Wheel Horn Ring 

Underrating 

Chrome Wheel Covers 



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THE ANllOBtt *ftWB, ANTlOdfl; JtibWOiS 



PAGE ELEVEN 



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Herman Zarnstorff, Davenport, 
Iowa, apent a week' with- Mr. and 
Mrs. Prank Zarnstorff, Sr. *." 
' Mr. an d Mrs. Elmer \ Rasch and 
family were Sunday guests of Mrs. 
~L. Sweet, Richmond, <- , ; / 

Melvin Raich Is spending a week 
with Mr. arid Mrs, Henry Leitlng, 
Kenosha. • ( .>•. 

Mrs. John Gauger is a patient at 
the Kenosha hospital after falling 
and' breaking her hip Saturday/" 

Mr, and Mrs.. Ervin Rasch and 
family and R. J.. Austin" were Sun* 
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter 
Rasch, Slades Corners, 

Mr. and Mrs.' Howard Enger and 
family, Omaha, Nebr., arc spending 
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Cyril 
"Pacey. 

; Mr. and Mrs.- Cyril Pacey, Mr. 
and Mrs, Bob. Speaker spent Sun- 
day at Lake Geneva, for dinner. 
■ Mrs. Floyd'Memler'and family, 
Mrs. Geoffrey Goulding and fam- 
ily- and Mrs, Henry . Vincent spent 
Friday with Mrs, William Maxey, 
Evanston. Mrs, Vincent remained 
tor the week-end. . ■.; 

Mrs; Will lam Maxey and Mrs, 
Henry Vincent spent Sunday -with 
Mr. and Mrs. . Al VandeWalker, . at 
Crystal Lake, 
>Wm,. Newnan/ -Detroit, Mlchl, 
spent a few days with his brother 



and wife, Mr, and Mrs, Gust Neu- 
man. ' 

• Mr, and" Mrs. Lawrence Tretfert 
and r ton, Gary, Racine, • Melvin 
Wertz, Eileen Kennedy, Chicago, 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Robers and 
family, ' Lyons, spent Sunday with 
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wertz. 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph. Chrlstoffer- 
son, Madison, brought 'Mrs, Ella 
Hoffman to the home , of Mr. , and 
Mrs. George Higglns, and -on Siin. 
day Mr. and Mrs. Higglns enter- 
tained Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth Hoff- 
man and Marlene, Genoa CI typ Mr. 
and Mrs. John" Anderson, rUnlon 
Grove, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur. Wright 
and family,' Milwaukee, Richard 
Bauman, Woodstock, in honor, of 
Mr. and 'Mrs. Ralph Ch'rlstoffer- 
son's 25th, wedding anniversary . N 

Mr. and -Mrs. Largo, Mr. and Mrs, 
Arthur Kruckman, Llbertyville, Mr. 
and Mrs. Frank Kruckman, Mr; and 
Mrs'. John Peterson, , Mr. and Mrs. 
Herbert Peterson! attended the 30th 
wedding: anniversary, of Mr, and 
Mrs, William Kruckman, Burling- 
ton, Sunday, - 

: Herbert Sarbacker and Fred Sar- 
backer left by plane Sunday from 
Chicago,- to spend a visit with Mr, 
Al • Sarbacker at San Francisco, 
Calif;, and on to visit Mr. and Mrs. 
Warren'' Sarbacker at Los Angeles, 
Calif,, who has been quite ill. 
I 1 Mr. and Mrs, 'Harold Boulden, 
Burlington, spent Sunday after* 



noon with Mrs, Paul Ganzlln. 

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frank were 
Sunday supper guests of. Mr.^nd 
Mrs, Clifford Schaal, Powers Lake. 

Mrs. Elton,. GoeUor, Whiteflsh 
Bay, spent a few days with Mr, and 
Mrs. Marlln ScKnurr. ,_. 

Miss Lillian ' Sanborn, Spring 



Grove, 111.', called on Misses' Grace 
and Erminle Carey Sunday after- 
noon, . -. ■■ 

:.'Mrs. Stanley Stoxen entertained 
40.Tclatlves.and friends Wednesday 
afternoon at the Bassett hall with 
a miscellaneous shower in honor of 
Miss Joanne Schnurr. 



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. , . ACCURACY, 
DEPENDABILITY 
ore IVWORDS 

Accuracy it en important 
inaradiont of svary. pte- 
scrJatfon ' wa compound, 
. Nait tlma you haya occa. 
iJoa to' call for a protcrlay 
lion, rott autiiad that' It will be prepared her* 
with pin-mint accuracy lor i-mi effectiva results. 

REEVES 

■ WALGREEN AGENCY 







RiilTURE CO. 





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KENOSHA'S ONLY GRAND RAPIDS GUILD FURNI- 
TURE COMPANY, is open six days a week to serve yew. 

v. 

THE FINEST IN HOME FURNISHINGS . 

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Mon,, Tues,, Wed., THurs., Sat. , 

9:00 a m. to 5:30 p..m. CSX 
Friday - 9:00 a, m. ta 9:00 p. m. CSX 

6209 22nd Ave. • Phone 313*3 • Kenosha, Wisconsin 
COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS 

Kenosha, Wisconsin ■ *■ 




Tiffany Road 



Phone 162* 



Antioch, Illinois 



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MOVIES IN YOUR CAB — RAIN OR CLEAR 
Opoii Monday and Tunday ?;30 P. M. - All oth«f niftits ot 7:00 P. M. 
First Show at Dusk , Children under 12 Free 
JJYoMng Teens" (age 12- 15) onl y 35c with parents 

WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY JUNE 23-24-25 

'LAWLESS BREED" with Rock Hudson 
and John Payne In "&9 RIVER STREET" 

SATURDAY (one day only), * .- JUNE 26 

< "FORT TI" in color,- George Montgomery 

Danny Thomas In "Jazr Singer" 
Also Late Show - "PROBLEM GIRLS'.' 



SUNDAY, MONDAY. -TUESDAY - , JUNE. 27 - 28 - 29 
"THE, BIGAMIST" with Edw. O'Brien ' 
and Audrey, Hepburn in "MON TE CARLO; BABX"^ 

-WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY -JUNE 30 - July 1-2 
"ABBOTT AND COSTELLO MEET JEKYL AND HYDE" 
and "BACK TO GOD'S: COUNTRY!', In color 



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THEATRE 



Big Screen . 45x60 . feet 
GRAYSLAKE, ROUTE 120-21 

Open T:H P. M. -First Show at' Bosk - Come Early 

— C H1LDREN UNDER 1 2 IN CAB FREE 



THURSDAY TO SATURDAY 

OUT. OF Ttrlfe PASS . . . 
INTO.+HC CANYON . . i 
AND NO TURNING BACK! 



JUNE 24 -26 





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A MHHNY AGAIHST THE CMMNIM1S1 



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JUNE 27 -30 




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AMERICAN LEGION 
CARNIVAL QUEEN CONTEST 



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NAME 

1. Virginia Rurtge 

2. Jean Tegelman 
.3.. Judie Romnr 
4. Key Frances Anderson The Antioch News 



SPONSOR : 

.... ... 

King's Drug Store 
R^r's Shell Station 
Reel Estate 



5. Noncy Holmes 

6. Donna Mae Jerde 

7. Joyea E. Carlson 

•. Patricia Lao Strarron 



Holmes Retort : 
Powder Puff teauty Salon 
Carlton Forji Solas 
Channel Lake GarafO 



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The Qu««n and tier Mother will receive a roar-eky all- 
expense paid trip to Washington, D. C. 

v -, )■ ~ ■■■ _ .., ;.-, ;/... s - ■ 

1. Voting for con resfonts will close at midnighr Fit 
do>v/July 9, 1954. . . , ^ 

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2. Contestant receiving Mghost number of votes Will 
."'b« judged "AMERICAN LEGION CARNIVAL: 

- y - QUEEN/' Next four . hlgrmt total 1 votes cast will 
be selected as winners to the court of honor. 

3. Contest iudges are: W. V, LaKti, Paul Erickson, Don 
Lights*/, and Clinton Thompson. 

4. Coronation to be held at the Antioch Legion Carni- 
val on Saturday |vening, ( July; 10,. 1 954: 



ANTIOCH POST NO. 7a 

Anttechf lit* 



Horsy 

W. V. UhH— Contest Chairmen 




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MOra S y^U-a^o^v^rfUi..«* 

' ' ej«ld>ives/iC0OJiaaitn»mtt«lwupoiily4f* 
■ The tmi cerriee MORE peyload lor you. 

YouH find the Faoiol Vamt «iiprwuijiy easy to Baric tad 
bjuxUo m trafip. It :srijl speexiupyourdeihwieaby lOtolB*. 
And, becauee of its attractive, modem sppeaimnoe, it Dm tm- 
meadoue advertisinf vflue an a ttnvetfng ajulboatd. Aak ut te 
: demonstrate, Today! 




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THE ANTIOCH WEWS, ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS 



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Wed in Wilmot Church 

Service Sat Morning 



Nuptial mass, joining Miss Arleno 
Carol Kun* of Wilmot and Francis 
Bale Lux of Antioeh took place 
Saturday morning at 11:15 o'clock 
in Holy Name church at Wilmot. 

Gladioli and daisies decorated the 
church and altar where the couple 
stood to exchange vows. The Rev, 
.Harold O'Connor was the officiat- 
ing priest at the rite for the daugh- 
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunz, Wil- 
mot, and the son of Mr, and Mrs. 
Francis Lux, Antloch. 

Mrs. George Merkl, soloist, and 
Mrs, Katherlne Schennlng, organist, 
supplied the music. 

Swiss embroidered organdy fash- 
ioned the brlfle's; waltz length gown. 
It was designed with a Grecian 
neckline, short sleeves and a skirt 
of deep tiers. She wore elbow 
length gauntlets and a silk illusion 
veil held by a headpiece of pearls 
and beads. The bride carried a 
prayer book decorated with stephan- 
otis and Ivy. Her father gave her 
in marriage. 

Miss Dnrlene Lux, the bride- 
groom's sister, was maid of honor. 
Her blue ballerina length dress fea- 
tured a lace bodice and a net skirt 
with tiers on ruffles extended from 
the waist to hem. A stole covered 
her shoulders, ^ and she carried a 
bouquet of yellow daisies. Miss 
Judy Schnurr, wearing a yellow 
copy of the maid of honor's ensem- 
ble, was bridesmaid. Her flowers 
were blue daisies. 

Patrick Harmond was best man 
and Ronald Kunz, brother of the 
bride was groomsman. Dinner was 
served at the bride's home, followed 
later by a reception at the Legion 
hall, Silver Lake. The bride was a 
graduate of the Union Free High 
school, Wilmot. Mr. Lux is serv- 
ing in the navy at present. 



We Invite Back-Door 
Burglars, Says Survey 

MILWAUKEE — The natural 
route of burglars— the back door 
— is the least protected part ol 
suburban and rural households, 
according to a recent check of 
sheriff's burglary reports by a 
lock company. 

The survey disclosed that while 
elaborate lock systems usually 
barricade the front entrance, 
skeleton- key door locks are usually 
found on rear doors, 

The rural burglary rate jumped 
10 per cent nationally last year. 
Northern Illinois sheriffs hold the 
increase of traffic in suburban 
areas largely responsible for the 
steady rise In rural burglaries. 



Frozen Dessert, 
Low in Calorjes, 
Is Ice Creamish 



URBAN A, Illinois— More than 
two million Americans who will 
not or cannot. eat Ice cream will 
soon be able to buy a close sub- 
stitute. Called frozen dessert, the 
substitute has been developed by 
University of Illinois dairy tech. 
nologJsts. 

Frozen dessert Is low In fat and 
low in calorics, It has only about 
a third of the fat and little more 
than half the calories of ice 
cream.' 

Probably most non- ice -cream 
eaters shy away because of fear 
of gaining weight. But there are 
a million known persons, and per- 
haps another million unknown, 
who can't eat Ice cream because 
they suffer from diabetes and 
must be careful of their carbo- 
hydrate intake. In 10-10 diabetes 
ranked ninth as a cause ot death 
In the United States. 

Researchers at Illinois have de- 
veloped a product that looks and 
tastes like lee cream but that is 
completely different In its effect 
on the body. Both diabetics and 
dietetics can eat it without worry 
ot putting on weight or eating too 
much sugar. This Is the first low- 
calorie Ice cream substitute that 
fits Into the diet of both groups. 

Frozen dessert was made pos- 
sible through the discovery of a 
sugar substitute known as su- 
caryl, which is 30 times sweeter 
than ordinary sugar. The new 
sweetener was discovered purely 
by accident. A chemist at the Uni- 
versity of Illinois laid . a cig- 
arette on a plastic table 'top and 
afterwards noticed that the 
burned portion tasted sweet. 



Writes 14 Million 
Words, No Cramp! 

FORT MADISON, lo.— Fourteen 
million words of handwriting with- 
out a trace of writer's cramp. 
That's the record of Irene Wil- 
liams, this city's nominee for the 
nation's penathon title. 

Miss Williams tests writing in- 
struments in the world's biggest 
pen factory here. She writes con- 
tinuously nearly every working 
hour of her working day. When 
she's not writing, she's examin- 
ing what she has written and for 
the past seven years she has av- 
eraged 7,000 words and figures 
daily. 

Until two years ago, Irene was 
half of a unique team known lo- 




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Life on Mars? Science 
Closer to the Answer 

WASHINGTON— Is there' really, 
life on Mart? We may know mora' 
about this possibility within the 
next few months. During June, 
earth's near neighbor will coma 
Within 40,000,000 miles, Its closest 
approach since 104 1. 

A team of astronomers are now 
In South Africa end under the di- 
rection of Dr. E. C. Sllpher, famed . 
for his studies of Mart.'wlll play , 
a leading* role In the world-wide * 
study ot the Red- Planet. ( . 

Throughout the summer, 17. 
other observatories In Australia,. 
Argentina, Egypt, France, India/ 
New Zealand, Japan, Java, and 
the United States will study and 
photograph Mars, Both the 100*. 
inch telescope at ML Wilson, Cali- 
fornia, and the 200-inch instru- 
ment on Palomar Mountain will 
be trained on the planet. 

The South African station Is ex- 
pected to' contribute the major 
observations of the atmosphere 
and the surface phenomena since 
It will pass directly overhead each 
night. 



White Cells 
White cells in the human blood 
live on' the average 12 days, 19 
hours and 12 minutes. 



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